Diddy Sells Home Where Ex-Girlfriend Kim Porter Died In 2018
Sean 'Diddy’ Combs has found a buyer for his Toluca Lake mansion, which is where his late ex-girlfriend Kim Porter died in November 2018.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Diddy put the mansion on the market in October for $7 million. Although the 52-year-old rapper never officially lived at the mansion, it acted as the home of Porter and the on-again, off-again couple’s three children.
Porter, who passed away of lobar pneumonia at the Los Angeles home, reportedly stayed at the pad from 2009, when the property was purchased by Diddy for a little more than $5 million, until her tragic and untimely death three years ago.
The pair's children – son Christian, 23, and twin daughters Jessie James and D’Lila Star, 15 – lived with Porter at the mansion.
It is also reported that Diddy stopped visiting the Toluca Lake mansion for good following Porter’s untimely and tragic death at 47 years old.
The mansion was officially listed on the market on October 21, and though the sale of the mansion is not yet final, it appears that Diddy has found a buyer.
According to TMZ, the sale is still pending but is reportedly expected to close sometime this week.
“Rare opportunity to acquire one of the largest and grandest homes in Toluca Lake,” the listing read when it was put on the market. “Approximately 10,000 sq. ft. gated estate on a half an acre. Located on one of the most prestigious streets in the San Fernando Valley, this stunning traditional is ready for the next owners updated finishes.”
The mansion is also situated on what some consider to be one of the most famous streets in the San Fernando Valley, neighbored by celebrities such as Steve Carrell, Viola Davis, and Billy Ray Cyrus.
Even though Diddy and Porter officially ended their relationship in 2007, the two still remained close up until the model’s death.
“He and Kim were still very close friends and co-parents even though their romantic relationship didn't work,” a source close to the two said in 2018 after Porter’s death. “They were still a family.”