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"This is marital property, belonging to me and my husband," she said. "I told my son that he could sell it to recoup some of the money that his father owes him." Beverly King said she thinks the charges are "preposterous." "When (King Jr.) stole property from me in Lexington, I was told there was nothing they could do because it was marital property," she said. "I also have a letter from (King Jr.) telling me I could sell the property, and I told my son to sell it." Beverly King said she would be presenting a letter from her husband asserting such at a hearing for her son on Oct. 10 in general sessions court. "The values are also just preposterous," she said. "Those values came straight from my husband, not from any real value the items had. The most valuable thing my son sold was the utility trailer, and he welded that himself during a project."