The Upper East Side apartment owned by Kenneth Starr, who was convicted running a $30 million Ponzi scheme that targeted celebrities, just sold for $5.63 million at a government auction, according to Curbed.Starr, who was actually found hiding in a closet when the FBI arrested him, paid $7.6 million for the apartment in the Lux 74 building, which at the time was listed for $8.2 million, Curbed reported.
The apartment has five bedrooms and six bathrooms and features amenities such as a wet bar, a sauna, a banquet room and a 1,500-square-foot yard, the report said.
It’s definitely a dream condo and now we’re going to tour it.
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