“Storage Wars” star David Hester will lose out on the contents of a storage unit he purchased for nearly $12,000 when it was mistakenly put up for auction, after a California appeals court ruled against him.

In an opinion Friday, California’s Fourth District Court of Appeal found the reality TV personality “finds himself at war with defendant Public Storage,” but that Hester lost this most recent breach of contract battle with the global self-storage company.

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