A “Star Trek” fan who claims he was humiliated after spending more than $24,000 on fake props at a Christie’s auction has had his $7 million suit against the auction house zapped by a New York appellate court.

Among the items Ted Moustakis bought at the 2006 auction to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the “Star Trek” franchise was a visor he believed was worn by “Data,” an android character played by actor Brent Spiner in “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” a sequel to the original TV show.

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