The Orlando Sentinel described the house where George Zimmerman and his wife Shellie moved into as a “$240,000 show place with a pool.”
Police were called to the house today in response to a domestic dispute between the Zimmerman’s In a 911 call, Shellie said Zimmerman punched her father in the face, knocking his glasses off. When asked if her father needed medical attention, Shellie said she believed her father’s nose was broken.
Despite telling police Zimmerman “had his hand on his gun” and threatened to shoot her, Shellie will not press charges.
“They both have declined to press charges against George,” Lake Mary police Chief Steve Bracknell said. “We have no victim no crime.”
LA Lakers star Kobe Bryant, who is recovering from a torn achilles tendon, is liquidating his vast real estate portfolio. According to Realestalker, Kobe and Vanessa Bryant recently listed their Newport Beach, Calif., mock-mediterranean McMansion for $8,599,000.
First date ends badly for former Cosmopolitan mag editor who plunged 17 floors to her death while taking a cigarette break
A former editor for Cosmopolitan magazine fell to her death from her balcony while taking a cigarette break early this morning, the NY Post reports.
35-year-old Jennifer Rosoff was on her first date with a male friend when they went on the balcony of her 57th Street high rise apartment to share a cigarette. The balcony railing apparently gave way as she leaned against it, sending Rosoff plunging 17 floors to her death. The incident happened around 12:30 a.m. Thursday.
Police found Rosoff’s body atop construction scaffolding in the street below her apartment. Neighbor Sara Shubert told the NY Post she heard Rosoff’s body land.
“I heard the thud last night. It was as loud as a car crash. It sounded like a 200 lb punch,” said Shubert, an eight-year resident of the luxury building.
Remember when “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kandi Burruss purchased a dilapidated mansion at a bargain basement price last year? Well, the extensive renovations have been completed and Kandi invited AJC photographer Phil Skinner to photograph the stunning results.
Kandi purchased the nearly 8,000 sq ft estate in southwest Atlanta at a steal! The home boasts an indoor pool, a guest house and 6-car garage in an affluent gated community. I’m told Kandi splashed out over $300,000 for renovations. Kandi filled her home with ornate objets d’art, paintings and gilded chandeliers that perfectly reflects her eclectic style.
R&B crooner Usher Raymond is still trying to sell Tameka Raymond’s 12,000 sq ft mansion in Roswell. The sprawling mansion with 8 beds and 11 baths was listed for $3.2 million in January. But after sitting for months with no serious offers, Usher dropped the price $550K in June. The mansion boasts a chef’s kitchen with high end stainless steel appliances, a hair salon with spa, home gym and 7-car garage. The home is about 5 miles from Usher’s $1.9 million mansion in Johns Creek.
Former kiddie rapper Chris Kelly was 18 when he purchased his first home for $307,500 at the peak of his fame as one half of the multiplatinum rap group Kris Kross. The home has depreciated in value $100K since then.
Kelly was found unresponsive in that home by his mother, Donna Kelly Pratt, who frantically dialed 911 after Kelly complained of feeling nauseated and passed out.
Kelly, 34, was pronounced dead around 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at Atlanta Medical Center’s south campus.
His mother later told police that her son ingested a combination of cocaine and heroine, known as a “speedball.” Pratt said Kelly had a history of drug abuse.
The traditional style 3,067 square foot home on Stoneleigh Drive in southwest Atlanta has 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The 2-story home is just a stone’s throw from the Greenbrier mall where Kelly and his best friend, Chris Kelly, both 12, were discovered rapping by an up-and-coming music producer.
If you can’t trust your real estate agent inside your home, who can you trust?
A male real estate agent was arrested for stealing a female homeowner’s clothes while he was supposed to be showing the home to a potential buyer.