Former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford accepted the winning eBay bid of $12,997 for the necktie he was wearing when he admitted in 2013 he smoked crack cocaine.
Ford wore the tie during his Nov. 5, 2013, press conference – the same one in which he came clean on his crack use, United Press International reported.
His tie, covered with NFL team logos, took in 111 bids between Feb. 25 and March 4.
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Ford is auctioning off several other pieces of memorabilia, including pajama pants he reportedly wore to Walmart that already sold for $600, CNBC reported.
Ford, who now serves as a city councilman, grabbed global headlines in 2013 when a video surfaced of him purportedly smoking crack cocaine. He denied the drug use several times, before coming clean at a well-attended press conference. He's also admitted to an alcohol problem and has been to rehab for help.