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A house in the Hamptons that was recently asking $140 million, was just sold for $700,000.
Shkreli, currently serving out a seven-year prison sentence for securities fraud, had to let go of the album as part of a $7.4 million forfeiture judgment.
The mansion was built way back in 1908 for silent film star Dustin Farnum, and has had surprisingly few owners in the intervening decades between then and when Hackford purchased it in the 80s.
According to Herjavec, the purchase represents the fulfillment of a "personal dream" to own a residence on Central Park: "I look out those windows and I see possibility and opportunity."
Judge Orders Dr. Dre To Pay Ex-Wife Nicole Young $300,000 Per Month In Spousal Support – And That's GOOD News For Dre!
Dr. Dre has been ordered to pay his soon-to-be ex-wife $293,306 per month starting on August 1st… and actually, that's good news for the rapper/producer/entrepreneur!
"The Sopranos" ended in 2007, but HBO was evidently very interested in Gandolfini staying away from regular series roles even years later, since according to "Sopranos" alum Steve Schirripa.
AMC Reaches $200 Million "Walking Dead" Lawsuit Settlement With Talent Agency And Producer Frank Darabont
Frank Darabont created "The Walking Dead" for AMC in 2010. He was fired a year later. In 2013 he sued over his lost share of profits. That case was just settled.
Matt Damon discusses the anguish he feels after turning down what would have become a $250 million payday.
In recognition of David Geffen's $150 million contribution, the now tuition-free school is being renamed the David Geffen School of Drama at Yale.
The mansion is a pretty spectacular chateau-style abode in a fantastic location, adjacent to the famous Chateau Marmont hotel among other spots, and was purchased by the couple last year for $8.5 million.