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Brad Pitt, 59, recently sold a spectacular mansion in the Los Feliz area, California, for which he paid, in 1994, the amount of $1,700,000 dollarsbut he ended up getting rid of it for $39,000,000 thanks to the extensions and adjustments he made to it, which took nearly 20 years.
The property, in which he lived during part of his relationship with Angelina Joliebelonged in the past to the actress Cassandra Peterson, who, in an interview with People magazine, provided amazing details of the noble gesture that the star of ”Fight Club’ had with a grandfather. At that time he was 90 years old and died at the age of 105.
According to the famous actress, who is remembered for her role in ‘Elvira: Mistress of the Dark’, Brad bought some properties adjacent to his then mansion and the nonagenarian man lived in one of them.
“I think there were about 22 houses that were contiguous on the edge of the property and every time they went up one, he bought it,” the actress said of the investment practice that the actor adopted.
It turned out that the subject, who went by the name of John, had just been widowed when the Hollywood star sat down to negotiate with him to buy his house, without imagining that he would allow him to live there until the day he died and without paying a single dollar. for rent.
“It was kind of funny because John lived to be 105 years old. I guess Brad was thinking well, you know, he can live there until he dies, which could be anytime,” however, his noble deed stretched out over 15 long years and it was so noble that he didn’t count it, instead a person close to him was the one who revealed absolutely everything.
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