EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: Inside The Mansion Where Michael Jackson Collapsed

Jun. 25 2009, Published 11:00 a.m. ET

Link to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to Email has obtained exclusive photographs taken inside the sprawling mansion where pop icon Michael Jackson collapsed Thursday. Last December, Jackson rented the chateau style home in one of the most exclusive areas of Los Angeles, Holmby Hills, for a staggering $100,000 a month.

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The 16,119 square foot home, designed by Richard Landry, sits on a 54,885 square foot property on Carolwood Drive. Built in 2002, the three-story home has seven bedrooms, and has a library, theater room and wine cellar. It also boasts a pool and guest house on the property.

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The home is listed at $38 million.


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