Lavonnee Drummond said, “I could see some of my prayers answered and I thought Oh! I can get the car fixed. I just saw that we were so close. My children were so excited and to have their hopes and dreams crushed, hurt me the most.” Thirty six year old Lavonnee Drummond of Smackover thought her problems were solved. Only to find out they were long from over. She listed the rights to name her unborn son on eBay for one hundred and fifty dollars. Drummond said, “At first I didn’t expect anything but it would be okay. But when it reached $15,000 the first time-- I was so excited.” One day before the money would have been sent to Lavonnee—eBay ended the auction and said it was a violation of eBay policy. In a statement from eBay—they say any listing involving in or the promotion of sweepstakes, contests or prizes is not permitted on the website. They did say Lavonne could re list the auction after making the necessary changes. And that she did… two more times. “I told myself after three times it wouldn’t matter what I posted some excuse would be made to yank my ad. I don’t know why,” Drummond said. Now, Drummond is still left with the financial burden of supporting her six—soon to be seven kids. And she says it may come down to her having to sell everything in her home to pay the bills. Drummond said, “I didn’t want to have to do that. Even when I was going from family member to family member I saw my kids suffer. She says the road ahead will be a long one but she’ll do whatever it takes to support her kids. Drummond says she can receive donations through her PayPal account. Her user name is lavonneedrumm. She also told today that she’s not just hurt about losing the money but she’s still without a name from her baby boy. Here at the station we’re interested to hear what names you’ve come up with for her baby---- just send your ideas to Alex Hale at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll pass them along.