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Renowned former basketball player Michael Jordan, 60, turned out very well for the court, but not for real estate, since the mansion he owns in the Chicago area and which he has been trying to sell for more than 10 years, was recently robbed by a minor.
According to the Highland Park Police Department, a young man, who goes by the name of Raiden K Hagedom and is originally from Mundelein, entered the house on Tuesday afternoon to rob it, but was arrested in his attempt.
After his arrest, the young man received two charges for criminal damage to property and one more for illegal entry into an occupied residence, that is, for misdemeanors, since the robbery did not materialize.
For these reasons, the young man had to pay a bond to recover his freedom and appear before the authorities on April 20.
So far Michael Jordan, nor his close environment, have ruled on what happened.
How is the house that Michael Jordan has not been able to sell and is now a victim of crime?
The emblematic house, known as Legend Point and which has number 23 on its access gate, is contemporary in style and was built in 1995 by Jordan himself.
It has an extension of 32,683 square feetwith nine bedrooms, with 15 full bathrooms, with four half bathrooms, with a hall, with a kitchen, with a dining room, with a living room and with a main room.
It also has a TV room, a movie theater, a cigar room, a poker room, a wine cellar, a garage for 14 vehicles, among other rooms.
Outside, being located in a lot of 7.0 acresthe house has extensive green areas, with a terrace, with a tennis court, with a swimming pool with its respective spa area, with a golf green and with the inevitable basketball court.
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