Madonna has maintained that she did not know Lutz was in possession of the items until news of the auction became public.
However, a judge in NY rejected her claim to privacy violations and ruled that the statute of limitations had passed on recovering the possessions.
The Material Girl will have to live without some of her most prized possessions - including a love letter from the late rapper Tupac Shakur- because the pop star waited too long to sue for their return, a Manhattan judge ruled Monday. I never meant to hurt you'. For you to be seen with a Black man wouldn't in any way jeopardize your career. These were halted, while the auction of over 100 other Madonna items went ahead, many of which were contributed by Darlene Lutz, Madonna's personal assistant for over two decades. Art consultant Darlene Lutz had teamed up with bosses at Gotta Have It!
'I felt due to my "image" I would be letting down half of the people who made me what I thought I was.
The singer and Ms Lutz had already settled down a legal dispute over artwork auction back in 2003 and she had signed a release from "any and all" future claims against Tupac.
The auction house just announced they'll start the auction in July.
However, only days after it was set to go under the hammer at the Gotta Have Rock And Roll auction house, its sale was halted by a judge, along with 21 other personal items that the singer described as "highly confidential and embarrassing", after Madonna filed an emergency court order.
On Monday, Justice Gerald Lebovitz ruled that under a 2004 kiss-off agreement with Lutz, Madge forfeited her right to claw back her private items.
Madonna has yet to comment on the court decision, but Lutz's attorney, Judd Grossman, is celebrating what he's called a "complete win" for his client.