Well, nobody saw this coming!
Well... it's who he left the club with that's causing a stir:
Holmby Hills, the house Michael Jackson lived in up until his death, has finally sold again.
Before the singer died in the residence, the regal French chateau was priced at $38.5 million. Afterwards, the mansion was bought by Hubert Guez, the CEO of Ed Hardy Clothing, and his wife Roxanne.
The Guezes' asking price was $23.9 million, but the King of Pop's death seems to have darkened the door forever.
$18.1 million! The estate sold to Stephen Mayer of Cerberus Capital Management.
Quite a deal considering it comes with a theater, a gym, a spa, a wine cellar, and an enormous guest house for a total of over 17,000 square feet!
Could U live in a house where someone so beloved had died?
[Image via Curbed.]