The Massive Homes Billionaire Jeff Bezos Could Lose In Nasty Divorce Exposed
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ divorce from wife of 25 years, MacKenzie, exploded when The National ENQUIRER broke his cheating scandal with movie mogul Patrick Whitesell’s estranged wife Lauren Sanchez.
MacKenzie could be entitled to an equal share of Jeff’s $137 billion fortune and everything that comes with it!
From a museum in Washington DC to mega mansions, click through to see the properties the Bezos’ own.
Jeff and MacKenzie own not one, but two homes in Beverly Hills, California. They bought the first home for $24.45 million in 2007. The seven-bed, seven-bath Spanish-style mansion features a greenhouse, tennis court, swimming pool, six car garage and four fountains.
They bought their second home in the area a decade later for $12.9 million. It’s a lot more intimate than their first house, with just four bedrooms, and only 45-hundred square feet.
Amazon’s headquarters is in Seattle, Wa. So of course, Jeff owns land in neighboring Medina. The Bezos’ own two homes in the exclusive suburb that is also home to Bill Gates. Each home has five bedrooms and five bathrooms, and together cover nearly 30,000 square feet.
But most of Jeff’s holdings are in West Texas, where the family owns an estimated 400,000 acres outside of El Paso. The land includes a 30,000-acre ranch and home for Jeff's private space company Blue Origin.
But the properties don’t end there, the Bezos also own a home in Central Park West. They purchased their apartment for $7.7 million in 1999. It is made up of three apartments.
In 2016, they paid $23 million for a former textile museum in Washington, D.C.
Bezos has a $140 billion fortune. He founded Amazon in 1994, a year after marrying his now-estranged wife.
The National ENQUIRER broke Bezos, 54, and Sanchez, 49, have been having an affair for eight months. He’s been whisking his mistress to exotic destinations, sending her raunchy messages and having secret hookups.
For more shocking photos of the pair and all the details about the largest investigation in Enquirer history, pick up a copy of a special edition of the magazine, on newsstands around the country on Thursday and Friday.
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