Rolling Stones fans apparently don't need to save their money for some of Ronnie Wood's memorabilia. The guitarist has issued a statement denying that he'll be auctioning guitars, tour clothing, backstage passes, drawings and other items in conjunction with his ex-wife Jo next month. Wood said he's "shocked, staggered and saddened" by reports that his possessions would be part of a reported October 27 sale by Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills, California. A spokesman for Wood explained that "Ronnie was asked by Jo some time ago if he wished to add some items to an auction. He said he did not want to. He is therefore shocked and disappointed that this auction is being misrepresented as a joint sale -- this is not the case. He is staggered that some of the items being offered are clearly his personal belongings. The tour clothes being offered belong to The Rolling Stones and are not hers to sell. Ronnie feels saddened that Jo has taken this course of action, and wants the public to know he has not teamed up on this outrageous sale." A spokesman for Jo Wood, however, said that the items belong to her as per the couple's divorce settlement in 2011, after 24 yeas of marriage: "She's had everything in storage for three years and can't keep it any longer. Ronnie has been kept in the loop." Stay tuned...