'RHOC' Newbie Jen Armstrong Tried Selling $6 Million Mansion Weeks Before Premiere, Doctor Still Fighting Off Assault Lawsuit
Real Housewives of Orange County star Jen Armstrong was trying to unload her $5.9 million mansion only weeks before her debut season premiered.
According to real estate records obtained by RadarOnline.com, Dr. Armstrong listed her 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom, 3,047 sq. ft. Corona Del Mar mansion on the market back in September.
Armstrong purchased the pad with her husband Ryne Holliday back in 2020 for $3,000,000. The couple clearly thought they could take advantage of the sky-high real estate prices around California.
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However, Armstrong decided to remove the listing completely on November 9 after failing to find a buyer. At the moment, the home is off the market.
The mansion was featured heavily on Armstrong’s first episode of Real Housewives of Orange County. The property comes with insane views of the Balboa Peninsula and Catalina Island. "Panoramic ocean and harbor views are endless transitioning into dramatic evening sunsets and city lights at night," the listing reads.
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As RadarOnline.com first reported, Armstrong, who performs cosmetic procedures, has had quite her share of legal issues in the past. She is currently facing a assault and battery lawsuit brought by a former patient named Judy Hecht.
In her suit, Hecht claims she went to Armstrong multiple times to receive fillers in her cheeks. A couple of weeks later, Hecht said she went back to the office for an “Exilis non-surgical facial rejuvenation treatment” around her eyes and cheeks. The procedure was meant to firm and tighten her skin.
She claims the second procedure caused the filler to melt in her face. Hecht says she was left deformed.
“Plaintiff is informed and believes and thereon alleges that as a result of the manner and method by which Defendants performed the Exilis treatment her previously injected fillers below the surface of her skin melted causing issues that needed correction and deformity in her face," the suit read.
She is accusing Armstrong of being negligent and is seeking unspecified damages. The Bravo star has yet to respond to the lawsuit.