Scottie And Larsa Pippen Are In A Hurry To Sell Their Home Amid Divorce News, Future Cheating Rumors
Scottie and Larsa’s Ft. Lauderdale home has been on the market for about a year now. In the wake of their divorce and rumors that Larsa was cheating on Scottie with Future, the couple has decided to cut the asking price for the mansion in order to rush the sale of the family home.
According to TMZ, Scottie and Larsa’s mansion was initially listed for $11.5 million. They have had the home on the market for over a year now, which could point to some larger marital issues. Were the Pippens planning on splitting up much sooner than they actually did? In any case, the stunning home has been reduced in price by more than half a million. The newly relisted Ft. Lauderdale home has a price tag of just $10.5 million in an effort to sell it off fast.
Scottie Pippen slashes price of Fort Lauderdale mansion by $5 million https://t.co/vh4afBRdpt
— Enzo Calamo (@EnzoCalamo) November 8, 2016
For those who might be in the market for a Ft. Lauderdale mansion, Scottie and Larsa Pippen’s house has everything a baller couple might want. With six bedrooms and nine bathrooms, the mansion has plenty of room with its massive 13,500 square feet. The huge home also boasts a garage big enough to hold a whole collection of cars, a full-size basketball court, and even a dock to park your own yacht. It looks like Scottie and Larsa were really living it up. With a home that nice, what could they possibly have fought about?
The soon-to-be divorcees allegedly fought a lot too. The Inquisitr previously reported that Scottie Pippen filed for divorce back in October. The filing came just a couple weeks after Larsa called 911 on two different days. The calls have since been made public and it turns out that Larsa was reporting that Scottie had become “verbally aggressive” with her and that she requested police assistance. In the second call, Larsa claimed that Scottie was “breaking stuff” and again asked for help.
In Scottie’s divorce filing, he has asked for full custody of the couple’s four kids. Pippen also wants to take his family back to Chicago to a home the family keeps there. That could be why he has quickly reduced the selling price of the Ft. Lauderdale home in an effort to sell it off faster.
— Scottie Pippen (@ScottiePippen) November 5, 2016
Pippen reportedly made a plea to the judge in his divorce filing that Larsa be denied spousal support during the divorce dealings. Apparently, the A-list couple has an ironclad prenup that will leave Larsa Pippen with very little in the event that the couple does actually go through with the divorce. On the other hand, there have also been rumors that Scottie and Larsa canceled the prenup last year and if that is the case, their divorce battle could get pretty nasty.
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Just days after Scottie Pippen filed for divorce, news broke about the possible reason why he wants out of their marriage. While Larsa hasn’t commented publicly yet, rumor has it that she and Future may have been messing around behind Scottie’s back. Some say that is not the case and that Larsa has been friends with Future for sometime. However, Future has certainly been fueling the rumors by taking to Snapchat amid the divorce drama and captioned a picture of himself with “She mines nooowwwwwwww.” Many thought that could only mean one thing, that Future was ready to settle down with Larsa Pippen after Scottie divorces her. Whether that is true or not is still to be determined.
Prior to learning that that Scottie and Larsa Pippen were pushing to sell their Florida home to the point where they have slashed $600,000 off the asking price, both camps have been rather quiet for several days. Despite rumors that the pair were planning to reconcile, there has been no word on any recent chances in the divorce filing or Scottie’s preference to keep the kids and move away from Ft. Lauderdale. If the couple plans to fix their marriage, they haven’t made that public yet and the haste to sell their home makes it look like that is not the case.
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