Michael & Julian Omidi's House

Michael & Julian Omidi's House


Los Angeles, California (CA), US
This unique Hollywood Hills mansion has had its share of controversy. Apparently the purple one (Prince) had been renting the home from Carlos Boozer, an NBA player, and made some home renovations that weren't appreciated. Boozer sold the house in 2006 to billionaire Russ Weiner, who along with being the son of right wing radio's Michael Savage, is the creator of the Rockstar energy drink. "Paris Hilton's My New BFF Season 1" reality show was also shot here. From 2000-2005, this house was also owned by billionaire Ted Field.

Weiner sold the house in 2010 for $8.4 million to Michael & Julian Omidi, the two brothers behind the "1-800-GET-THIN" alleged scam.

In June 2014, dozens of FBI agents raided the property in connection to the ongoing investigation into the Omidi brothers.
This unique Hollywood Hills mansion has had its share of controversy. Apparently the purple one (Prince) had been renting the home from Carlos Boozer, an NBA player, and made some home renovations that weren't appreciated. Boozer sold the house in 2006 to billionaire Russ Weiner, who along with being the son of right wing radio's Michael Savage, is the creator of the Rockstar energy drink. "Paris Hilton's My New BFF Season 1" reality show was also shot here. From 2000-2005, this house was also owned by billionaire Ted Field.

Weiner sold the house in 2010 for $8.4 million to Michael & Julian Omidi, the two brothers behind the "1-800-GET-THIN" alleged scam.

In June 2014, dozens of FBI agents raided the property in connection to the ongoing investigation into the Omidi brothers.
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