Megan Fox, Brian Austin Green buy $4M home

Megan Fox Buys $3.5M Home, Says Being A Working Mom is ‘Torture’

Megan Fox isn’t ready to settle down just yet — in her current home, that is. Megan, with hubby Brian Austin Green, recently listed her Los Feliz mansion for $4 million after buying a new pad in Toluca Lake, California. The famous couple paid $3.5 million for the almost 7,000-square-foot home that originally belonged to Bing Crosby. The ranch style home has four bedrooms and six bathrooms, a 100-foot curving driveway, and a saltwater pool. Crosby’s old home was built in 1936 was remodeled in 2008, with exposed beams, quartz floors, skylights, and a pool house. Sounds like a dream!

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Seems like Megan and Brian were looking for the perfect home for raising their two children: 1-and-a-half-year-old Noah and 5-month-old Bohdi. (Megan’s also a step-mom to Brian’s twelve-year-old son Kassius.)

“It’s so hard to be a working mom especially when your heart is not in your work, when your heart is with your family,” Megan recently revealed. Fox will star in the summer action film Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, out August 8, but hasn’t been seen in a role since 2012. But Megan says she still works to support her children, and not so much for the lure of the limelight, as we’ve previously reported.

“I have to make one movie a year because I have to invest in their future and be able to provide for them. I’m looking for movies that will shoot in Los Angeles, for projects where I can shoot in and out in 10-20 days. It’s all about trying to spend as little time away from my kids as possible.”

Brian, whose known for his 90s role in Beverly Hills, 90210, has an active role on FX’s Anger Management, a show based on the 2003 film of the same name. Megan admits that Brian had to watch the kids for most of the TMNT filming, but that it was torture leaving them all day. “Noah was six months when I left to make this movie; when you’re on set for sixteen hours you don’t want to stick a baby in a trailer — you want them to be able to go to gymnastics class. You don’t get to go with them; there are things you miss. It’s hard — you’re torn in half.”

Check out the new homeowner and working mom in the trailer for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles:

[Image via Stars Arena]

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