Naked Trump Statue, 'The Emperor Has No Balls,' Sold at Auction for $22G
One of the naked statues of presidential candidate Donald Trump has sold at an auction for $22,000, according to reports.
The statues originally appeared in several U.S. cities including NYC, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, and Cleveland.
The statues depicted the likeness of Trump and were titled "The Emperor Has No Balls,” portraying Trump with a fat belly and small genitals.
A portion of the sale on Saturday will go to the National Immigration Forum, according to Julien's Auctions.
There’s no word on who actually bought the statue.
The statues were originally made by the artist collective INDECLINE.
Joshua “Ginger” Monroe, who created the statues, previously told InsideEdition that he liked Trump prior to when Trump made an offensive comment about Serge Kovaleski, a disabled New York Times reporter.
"I wanted him to be a little on the frowning side. I wanted him to be upset and unhappy standing there," Monroe said.
It took four months to make the five statues, but they were all quickly removed by authorities.