Stevie Wonder’s ‘Superstition’ Grammy In Court Wrangle
A Grammy Award presented to Stevie Wonder is at the center of a legal battle. A Manhattan rock ‘n’ roll auction house is being called on the carpet for putting the Grammy Award that Stevie Wonder won for his 1973 hit “Superstition” on the block. Gotta Have It! Collectibles has the award on sale with a minimum starting bid of
$12,000 in an auction featuring more than 1,000 items from a variety of other superstars. But the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences has gone to court to try to prevent the sale of the Grammy, accusing Gotta Have It! Collectibles and company owner Pete Siegel of fraud, unjust enrichment, false advertising, conversion and other charges. It’s unclear how Wonder lost the Grammy in the first place.