Jamie Foxx's California Mansion Lit Up in Over-the-Top Christmas Decorations
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The Oscar-winning actor is believed to have spent an estimated $10k to deck out his sprawling property in Los Angeles with colorful lights from the driveway all the way to the rooftop.

AceShowbiz - Jamie Foxx did not let an ongoing sexual assault dampen his spirits for Christmas. The actor has gone above and beyond to celebrate the holidays this year, turning his $10.5 million house into something that looks like a magical wonderland.

The Oscar winner's Los Angeles mansion, which is located in Hidden Valley, not far from where the Kardashians live in Hidden Hills, is decked out with hundreds of colorful lights that can be seen from a mile away. Aerial view of the property shows the sprawling Agoura Hills estate lit up with the lights from the driveway all the way to the rooftop.

A snowman and Santa Claus are placed on a fountain in his front yard and the estate has some massive Christmas trees decorated with red, green and white lights. According to Daily Mail, the cost of the decoration for the 20k-square-foot home is estimated to be around $10,000 when done by an expert team.

Jamie went all out to celebrate Christmas after suffering a mysterious health scare in April. When making his first official public appearance at the Critics Choice Association's Celebration of Cinema and Television: Honoring Black, Latino and AAPI Achievements on Monday night, December 4, he addressed his health scare.

"You know, it's crazy, I couldn't do that six months ago - I couldn't actually walk," he said on stage when accepting the Vanguard Award. "I cherish every single minute now - it's different. I wouldn't wish what I went through on my worst enemy because it's tough when it's almost over ... when you see the tunnel. I saw the tunnel - I didn't see the light."

Jamie is currently fighting a sexual assault allegation by an unnamed woman, who claimed the "Django Unchained" star assaulted her at a rooftop bar in New York City back in 2015. In response to the allegation, his spokesperson claimed "the alleged incident never happened" and called the lawsuit "frivolous action."

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