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Mel Gibson Puts His Tudor-Style Mansion on Market

July 2, 2010 (3:46 am) GMT
The final figure is $15.5 million less than the original asking price of $39.5 million, but still makes Gibson a multi-million dollar profit on his original investment.
Mel Gibson

has made a massive $14.7 million profit on the sale of his sprawling Connecticut estate. The actor bought the property in Greenwich, Connecticut for $9.3 million in 1994 while he was married to now-estranged wife Robyn.

The Tudor-style mansion, which boasts a five-horse stable, a log cabin and a swimming pool, has been on the market since 2007, a year after Gibson separated from his wife, and it has now been sold for $24 million. The final figure is $15.5 million less than the original asking price of $39.5 million, but still makes Gibson a multi-million dollar profit on his original investment, according to Greenwichtime.com.

In related news, Mel Gibson's split from has turned nasty. They filed restraining order against each other. Gibson filed restraining order against Grigorieva with complaint reportedly concerning three main issues and his access to Lucia. Meanwhile, Oksana entered the plea because she fears for the safety of her daughter.

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