In an order Monday, Harris County, Texas, Probate Court No. 2 Judge Mike Wood denied Darla Lexington’s request for a temporary injunction that would stop this week’s auction of five classic cars from the late John M. O’Quinn’s collection. Wood found that Lexington, O’Quinn’s longtime companion, failed at a hearing on Aug. 6 to establish a “probable right to recover ownership of the five automobiles at issue.”

In an application for a temporary injunction, Lexington alleged the “five one-of-a-kind, unique and irreplaceable cars” are among 28 cars she claims O’Quinn gave to her.

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