Doctor Arnold Klein, the dermatologist accused of contributing to Michael Jackson’s overdose, is now bankrupt thanks to the many lawsuits against him. TMZ reports that he failed to turn over more than 100 pieces of expensive artwork as well as a 2001 Ferrari Spider to the bankruptcy trustee. But one thing he hasn’t been able to hide is his impressive Tudor-style home in Beverly Hills.
Yesterday the home hit the market for $4.25 million as a bankruptcy sale. The 11,300 square foot home was built in 1914 and retains many original features, including beautiful mill work on the elaborate carved staircase, unique statuary and English gardens. It also comes with a library, maid’s quarters, guest house and pool (with a big hippo statue!).
The home is located in the Windsor Square area of Los Angeles, an area that isn’t known for A-listers (they tend to head to the hills), but is home to other celebs such as James Spader, Neal McDonough, Shonda Rhimes and Patricia Heaton.
If you want to check it out for yourself, there’s an open house on Sunday, June 23, from 2:00 – 5:00 p.m.!