NEW YORK (AP) _ One of Jennifer Aniston's former flings is auctioning off letters, notes, pictures and other memorabilia from the ``Friends'' star.
Michael Baroni, a California lawyer who claims he had a summer romance in 1984 with Aniston, is selling keepsakes such as a makeshift birthday card she wrote on a piece of toilet paper and a childhood picture of the pair.
According to Baroni, their summer lovin' _ he was 16, she was 15 _ turned into a longtime friendship until they lost contact in 1991, when Aniston's showbiz career began to soar.
Aniston's representative, Stephen Huvane, didn't immediately return a call Monday from The Associated Press for comment.
``She was very fun and lively, a loving kind of person,'' Baroni told the AP during a phone interview Friday. ``I think the materials show an innocent look into someone I think is very endearing.''
Baroni's auction begins July 29 on eBay with a $100,000 reserve. If the reserve is not met, the package of memorabilia will be withdrawn. Baroni wouldn't comment on why he was auctioning off the items beyond citing ``financial reasons.''
The package includes: a piece of paper with Aniston's name and phone number written in lipstick, a love letter from Aniston handwritten in red pen, a note written on toilet paper with birthday wishes from Aniston to Baroni on his 17th birthday, a page from Baroni's little black book containing Aniston's contact information, a photo of the pair hugging when they first met in 1974, an autographed photo from the cast of ``Friends,'' a December 2004 copy of In Touch magazine with an article about their relationship and a notarized statement by Baroni certifying and attesting to the authenticity of the materials.
In January, Aniston and her husband, Brad Pitt, separated after 4 1/2 years of marriage. She filed for divorce in March citing irreconcilable differences.
``I think she's very strong-willed, but at the same time, she gives her heart to whatever she does,'' said Baroni. ``I'm sure the breakup was more his fault that hers.''