Star Wars: Princess Leia Slave Costume Sells For $96K At Auction

Going once, going twice! Sold for $96,000!

On Thursday, the Slave Leia (aka Hutt-Slayer) costume -- bikini, collar and several chain links -- worn by Carrie Fisher in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1983) went up for auction on Profiles of History. Bidding started at $80K and by Friday it ended up fetching $96K. The winning bidder chose to remain anonymous.

However, that was not the most expensive item sold at the auction. That distinction goes to another Princess Leia item: A miniature of the Tantive IV Blockade Runner. It sold for $450K, more than double its $200K opening bid.

(via cnn)

Star Wars: The Force Awakens arrives in theaters December 18, 2015