The former Beverly Hills home of Aaron and Candy Spelling has reportedly been sold for 130 million dollars to an Arab Prince. This is an amazing price for a home to go at.
The buzz in Beverly Hills real estate offices is that Candy Spelling has unloaded her 56,000 square-foot Holmby Hills mansion for a cool $130 million, and that the new buyer is an Arab prince.
The cash flow influx would likely fan the flames in the ever-escalating feud. Several well-connected Beverly Hills realtors and a prominent socialite tell TMZ about the swirl of conversation on Wednesday. The inside word is that, as TMZ first reported and as Candy’s reps denied, Aaron’s widow gave an upscale real estate company a “pocket listing” on the mansion and that her asking price was $150 million.
Now, the buzz is that Candy will quietly walk away with a boatload of cash, which will surely irk the soon-to-be cash-poor Tori. Candy Spelling’s rep told TMZ, “It is not true, and she is not selling the house to whoever you have mentioned for the price you have mentioned.”