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A suspect who crashed into Rick Ross' Atlanta area mansion during a high-speed police chase has died in custody.

40-year-old Chaka Stewart led police on a wild chase that ended at the rapper's front door in Fayetteville, Georgia last week.

Stewart was found unresponsive in his jail cell at the Clayton County Jail on Saturday.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation tells TMZ, a guard and a medic who were making the evening rounds noticed Stewart unresponsive in his cell. They attempted Cardiopulmonary resuscitation but were unsuccessful.

Stewart was pronounced dead at the jail. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ Stewart was alone in his cell and no foul play is suspected. An autopsy is underway to determine his cause of death.

Stewart's mother, Jacqueline Gordon, confirmed her son is the suspect who crashed outside Rick's 190 room mansion last week. Police say he crashed his truck and was carrying a firearm. He surrendered at gunpoint and was taken into custody.

Gordon says she last spoke to her son Friday. She claims he told her he was being beaten behind bars. It is unclear if he was accusing jail officials or other inmates. He also told her he wasn't allowed to shower and was confined to his cell for 23 hours a day.

Gordon also claims one of the deputies told Stewart he'd never get out of jail. She said Georgia authorities have been ducking her and her inquiries.

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Rick bought the mansion at a discount after former boxer Evander Holyfield was foreclosed on in 2014. Holyfield is pictured strolling on the grounds of the custom built home during a Fourth of July celebration in 2002.

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Michael Jordan still can't find a buyer for his Highland Park, Illinois mega mansion after 9 years on the market.

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The NBA legend listed his 32,683 square foot house on the market in 2012 for $29 million. Despite slashing the price down to $14.8 million, he has yet to receive any offers on the magnificent custom property.

The mansion was being sold fully-furnished, but that furniture is out of date now. He also threw in the customized gate with the Chicago Bulls star's former number, 23.

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Jordan purchased the land with his then-wife, Juanita Vanoy, in 1991 for $2 million. The contemporary 2-story house, which was built in 1995 and sits on seven acres of green space, boasts nine bedrooms, 15 full bathrooms, an IMAX movie theater, a casino style man cave, a three-bedroom guesthouse, an outdoor tennis court, an Olympic size pool, three climate-controlled multi-car garages, and of course, a full-size NBA regulation basketball court with his signature Jumpman logo at center court.

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Jordan, 58, lives with his current wife, Yvette Prieto, and their twin daughters, in a $12.4 million estate in Jupiter Island, Florida, that he bought in 2010, according to Fox Business.

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Rapper Nelly has finally unloaded his decrepit Missouri mansion that sat vacant and in disrepair for two decades.

Nelly secured a buyer for his abandoned mansion, just one week after listing it for sale at the bargain basement price of $600,000.

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The "Hot In Herre" rapper listed the spacious six-bedroom, seven-bathroom Wildwood home for just $600,000 on February 11, and by February 18, he had already secured an offer.

It's unclear who the buyer is, but the property has been sitting empty for almost two decades. Nelly initially purchased the home back in 2002 for $2 million in hopes of renovating it and flipping it. But he abandoned the project years ago.

The house, which features a private basketball court, an in-ground infinity pool and a three-car garage, is now an eyesore, with no plumbing and no flooring. But it does boast spectacular unobstructed views of the countryside.

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The Tuscan-style gated mansion features multiple balconies with views of the Meramec River valley.

The 10,000-square-foot house sits on a 12 acre lot surrounded by mature trees and wildlife.

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Millions of Americans face eviction when the federally mandated moratorium on evictions expires in March. Former Vogue magazine editor-at-large Andre Leon Talley says he is among them.

Talley, 72, says he's being evicted from his colonial New York mansion in a messy rent battle with former Manolo Blahnik CEO, George Malkemus, who Talley owes $500k in back rent.

Talley claims Malkemus originally bought the home for him for just over $1 million in 2004 -- and that he is the rightful owner.

He now claims that Malkemus wants to evict him from the 11-room mansion in White Plains, NY, so he can sell it at a profit.

Talley said there is no lease agreement on the home and that he made "episodic payments" over time based on his income.

He said he had a "gentlemen's agreement" to transfer the title of the home to him after he paid back the purchase price.

In court documents obtained by the NY Post, Talley claims Malkemus and his life partner Anthony Yurgaitis agreed that Talley would exclusively own, occupy and care for the home. "It was agreed and always understood that Talley would, over time, 'pay off' the balance of the purchase price paid by the defendants at which point title would then formally be transferred to Talley," his court documents say.

He now claims that Malkemus and Yurgaitis are pressuring him to move out so they can sell it for their own profit.

"The timing and amount of these episodic payments were based on Talley's cash flow... Talley never made these payments to the Defendants on a monthly basis, and was not asked to."

In their eviction papers, Malkemus and Yurgaitis allege the former Vogue editor owes them $515,872 in back rent.

But Talley says he paid $1,075,588 by January 2020, and that he made the $120,000 down payment when the house was originally purchased. He also says he invested more than $200,000 for home improvements over the years.

In his lawsuit, Talley is demanding that he be allowed to stay in the property and that the title be transferred in his name.

An attorney for Malkemus and Yurgaitis said he is preparing a counterclaim. "Malkemus and Yurgaitis are the record owners of the house and want to sell it," the attorney said.

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Talley was appointed creative director of Vogue by Anna Wintour back in 1983. In his memoir, he said his once close relationship with the Vogue editor-in-chief was over.

He officially retired from editing in 2014.

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Rapper Nelly is so eager to unload his fixer-upper mansion that he listed it for the bargain basement price of $600,000.

According to the NY Post, the Wildwood, Missouri, mansion has been sitting vacant for nearly two decades.

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The "Ride Wit' Me" rapper initially purchased the home back in 2002 in hopes of renovating it and flipping it. But he abandoned the project years ago.

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The Tuscan-style gated mansion features multiple balconies with views of the Meramec River valley. There is also an unfinished infinity pool and a basketball court that has seen better days.

The 10,000-square-foot house, which was listed on Feb. 11, sits on a 12 acre lot surrounded by mature trees and wildlife.

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Larsa Pippen is eager to unload her Fort Lauderdale mansion for $12 million. She's so eager that she's throwing in her collection of luxury automobiles valued at $1.5 million.

The 46-year-old former "Real Housewives of Miami" cast member originally purchased the double lot with her ex-husband, NBA star Scottie Pippen, for $1.3 million in 2000 and completed the home in 2004. They divorced in 2016 after 19 years of marriage and 4 children together.


Larsa got the house in the divorce settlement. She listed the home on the market for $11.8 million in 2014.

When the home failed to attract interest, she threw in her collection of cars -- all 2020 models -- including a Porsche 911 GTU RS, a Mercedes G63 AMG SUV and a Ferrari 488 Pista, according to Page Six.

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The 10,000-square-foot mansion, at 2571 Del Lago Drive, is in the guard-gated Harbor Beach community. It features a bridal staircase that was designed by Larsa.

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The estate boasts luxury amenities, including a home theater, game room, a gym, a 450-bottle wine cellar, an outdoor summer kitchen and a full-size NBA basketball court.

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The six bedroom, ten bathroom custom house comes with 215 feet of frontage on the Intracoastal Waterway — with a 230-foot deep-water dock for a superyacht.

Whoever snaps up the estate will also get membership in the exclusive Harbor Beach Surf Club, a private 300-foot beach with its own marina.

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Nowadays, Larsa luxuriates in her jacuzzi with 24-year-old Minnesota Timberwolves star Malik Beasley.

Larsa has been criticized online by Malik's ex, Montana Yao (pictured below), who claims Malik hasn't seen their son, Makai, because Larsa isn't part of the Timberwolves' "COVID bubble," according to reports.


Larsa insists she didn't start dating Malik until after he and Yao had separated. But Montana claims that's a lie.

On Feb. 9, Larsa defended Malik after he was sentenced to 120 days in jail for threatening violence for pointing a loaded firearm at a family that pulled into his rental driveway by accident.

Take a tour of Larsa's luxury estate below.

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Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner "need not apply" to an exclusive country club in Florida.

The couple purchased land for $30 million on Indian Creek, considered among the wealthiest neighborhoods in the US. Neighbors include Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen, Julio Iglesias, and Carl Icahn.

But owning a plot of land on the private island doesn't guarantee admission to the exclusive Indian Creek Country Club, according to Page Six.

A source tells Page Six, "You have to be nominated and make a formal application. But it only takes one member to object against any new member, and many members are objecting, particularly after the events at the Capitol on Jan. 6."

The source said members of the club were annoyed by Ivanka's "American patriots" tweet following the riots in Washington, DC.

Ivanka, 39, was with her father, President Donald Trump, in DC when he made his infamous speech prior to the riots.

"Jared and Ivanka can lunch with their fellow 'patriots' at Mar-a-Lago," the source said. "The Indian Creek Country Club members are very picky and the word is that Javanka need not apply."

The 300-member club is regarded as Dade County's "most exclusive, and controversial, private society." Admission fees exceed $150,000 a year.

Ivanka's half-sister, Tiffany Trump, is also searching for property in Miami, Page Six reports.

Tiffany, 27, who just graduated from Georgetown Law School, is searching for a condo or a house on South Beach, a source tells Page Six.

She currently lives at the swanky and ultra expensive Setai Hotel on South Beach with her boyfriend Michael Boulous, from a wealthy family in Nigeria.

Ivanka and Tiffany will be near their father who moves permanently to his exclusive Mar-a-Lago Club resort in Palm Beach, Florida after he leaves office on January 20.

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Tristan Thompson listed his Ohio waterfront mansion for $3.2 million after signing a contract with the Boston Celtics in November.

Thompson played nine seasons for the Cleveland Cavaliers before departing for Massachusetts.

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The "impeccable" 6,424 square foot, 5-bedroom, 5 bath manse is located inside an exclusive gated community in Bratenahl, Ohio. Thompson purchased the property in 2015 for $1.9 million.

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The house is the most expensive currently on the market in the community, which has a median home price of $425,000, according to

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The "owner's wing" -- which the "woke" no longer refer to as the "master bedroom" -- features a luxurious bathroom, a humongous walk-in closet, a sitting area and a balcony overlooking Lake Erie.

The second floor features an in-law suite with a second kitchen and private entrance. And on the third floor there's another guest suite with an office.

The finished daylight basement boasts a billiards room, a home theater, full bar, wine cellar, exercise room and another full bathroom.

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Miami's ultra wealthy parents are reportedly "losing their minds" over where the privileged children of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner will attend private school if they leave Washington, DC.

Page Six reports the Kushners purchased land on Miami's exclusive Indian Creek enclave where they plan to build a mega mansion if they're forced to leave Washington, DC.

Miami's mega-rich parents exchanged a flurry of text messages after the news broke of the huge land purchase. "I must have gotten 10 texts [about this] yesterday," one parent told Page Six.

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"The closest good Jewish school to where they bought their land is Lehrman, which is about 5 minutes away. Otherwise, Ransom Everglades, which would be far for them, Miami Country Day — which is about 15 minutes — and Cushman are all very good private schools. Pinecrest is a very good school, but super far. If they are going Jewish and plan to in the meantime rent or live in that area near where they are building the house, I bet Lehrman."

The well-to-do parent said they don't expect to meet their neighbors any time soon since construction crews have yet to break ground.

"The thing is, they bought a plot of land and building a mansion on Indian Creek is no small job — the houses are enormous," the parent said. "How long does it take to build a house from scratch? So who knows when they'd actually be in that house."

The Kushners have three children: daughter Arabella Rose, 9, and sons Joseph, 7, and Theodore, 4.

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Chance the Rapper and his family have abandoned city life for safer suburban living, the Chicago Tribune reports.

Chance, 27, and his wife, Kirsten Corley Bennett, moved out of their condo and are renting a recently built, 5-bedroom mansion in north suburban Bannockburn.

The couple will keep their $3.7 million, 4,500 sq. ft., three-bedroom condo in the city's affluent Streeterville neighborhood on the Near North Side.

But they decided to raise their daughters Kensii, 5, and Marli, 1, in the country where they have 3.7 acres for the kids to run and play.

According to The Tribune, the 6,721 sq. ft. French Provincial-style mansion was built in 2014 and has 5-and-a-half bathrooms and four fireplaces.

The finished lower level boasts an exercise room, a wine cellar, a rec room, a game room and a four car garage.

Kirsten shared photos of her new rental home on her Instagram account.