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Former Simpson estate sold for $12.9 mil

  |   Dec. 11, 2005 at 1:45 PM
BRENTWOOD, Calif., Dec. 11 (UPI) -- The Brentwood, Calif., lot where O.J. Simpson's mansion once stood has been sold for $12.9 million, it was reported Sunday.

Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman were stabbed to death at her nearby town house in 1994 and Simpson was forced to sell his property after their families were awarded $33.5 million in a wrongful death suit against him.

The property was bought by investment banker Kenneth Abdalla for about $4 million in 1997 and he razed the house and built a new one.

Universal Music Group President and CEO Zachary Horowitz is the new owner of the nine-bedroom, 10-bathroom home, the Times said. There are six fireplaces and a theater, wine cellar, indoor and outdoor living rooms, a guesthouse with a gym, a tennis court and a pool.

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