The Donald J. Trump Foundation on Tuesday agreed to dissolve itself “under judicial supervision” and as part of the agreement will have to sell an autographed Tim Tebow football helmet.

President Trump bought the Denver Broncos helmet at a charity auction in 2012 for $12,000, according to USA Today. However, a 2016 Washington Post report stated that Trump used money from the foundation to pay for the helmet.

The foundation also owned two paintings of the president, both of which it will have to sell as part of the agreement. The paintings were bought for a combined $30,000, according to The Daily Caller.

New York State Attorney General Barbara Underwood announced that, following a court decision in favor of the attorney general, the Foundation “signed a stipulation” agreeing to dissolve, distributing the remaining charitable assets of the Foundation “to reputable organizations approved” by her office.

DENVER, CO - JANUARY 08: Quarterback Tim Tebow #15 of the Denver Broncos receives high fives from fans after defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers in overtime of the AFC Wild Card Playoff game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on January 8, 2012 in Denver, Colorado. The Broncos defeated the Steelers in overtime 23-29. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Tim Tebow

Donald Trump reportedly bought a signed Tim Tebow football helmet with foundation money. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)

The suit claims that Trump used the foundation’s charitable assets to pay off his legal obligations, promote Trump brand hotels and businesses, and to purchase personal items. The suit also claims that the foundation “illegally provided extensive support to his 2016 presidential campaign by using the Trump Foundation’s name and funds it raised from the public to promote his campaign for presidency.”

The suit seeks to ban Trump from future service as a director of a New York non-profit for 10 years, and ban his sons Eric and Donald Jr., and daughter Ivanka from service for one year.

In a statement to Fox News, Trump Organization attorney Alan Futerfas said the foundation has been looking to shut down since Trump was elected to office.

Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.