that it Watchman Who writes that Simon Cowell, 63, the famous judge on “Britain’s Got Talent” and “X-factor” recently sold his London property at a huge discount.
The sale is said to have happened suddenly, because Cowell is said to have feared for the family’s safety. They have recently had several break-ins.
The property in Holland Park in Kensington first went up for sale in July, with an asking price of £45m – around NOK 600m.
A few days later, it was said to have been sold for just £15m, NOK 200m – a staggering NOK 400m less than first announced.
The sale took place within four days only, according to the newspaper.
“Given today’s turbulent market conditions, we are pleased that we were able to close this agreement in less than a week,” Matt Thiem, founder of Cohot Capital, who is said to have been involved in the sale, tells the newspaper.
Coyle has lived on the property for 16 years. Because of his numerous robberies, he has now decided to move from London to the countryside with his partner and their son, the paper writes.
– in shock
journalists in the sun It was recently revealed that workers hired by Coyle to install security equipment in his home also installed a decoder that could unlock the property’s door in seconds.
– When the sun told me this, I couldn’t believe it. It was like something out of a science fiction movie. I was in shock, he said earlier, according to the website.
In 2015, burglars also broke into the house while Cowell and his family were sleeping. The thieves are said to have stolen jewelry worth more than £1m.
And the TV file said in a statement to the court, according to what the newspaper quoted, that we live in constant fear that this may happen again, and that it will be worse next time.
He continued, “I am very afraid of what could happen to my son if the thief entered his room.”
In 2012, a woman was also said to have entered the bathroom in her house with bricks.
This case was first published in Pursin.no.
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