Michael Jackson’s Vegas Pad Sold To Fans

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Michael Jackson’s Vegas home is now in the hands of fans who paid $3.1 million to be king (and queen) of the King of Pop’s castle. The new owners are a California based doctor-lawyer couple who also own assets in Asia.

The lavish mansion that Michael Jackson resided in for around six months boasts seven bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, three office suites as well as a theater room, a tennis court, an orchestra loft and basketball court. Reportedly, the mansion is the largest real estate property sold in Las Vegas in over a year. He paid $1 million to rent the luxury home.

Selling the pad was no a walk in the park. One of the real estate agents said after Michael’s death, tons of fans flooded the mansion pretending to be potential buyers but were lying just to get a peek at Jackson’s old place. Thank goodness, one deep-pocketed couple ended up being the real deal.

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