Stephen Paddock left 58 dead and 851 injured when he opened fire during a crowd of concertgoers on the Las Vegas Strip on October 1, 2017. The massacre was the deadliest mass shooting by a lone suspect in United States history.
His girlfriend, Marilou Danley, was named a person of interest in the case. She had been visiting family in the Philippines when Paddock, who committed suicide at 64, opened fire. Authorities quickly cleared Danley, 64, from involvement in the massacre.
The home Danley is residing in as she continues to move on from the tragedy boasts 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms.
The 2,440 sqft abode belongs to her daughter Sheila Darcey and son-in-law. It was built in 1928 and was last sold for $410,000 in June 1998.
According to Zillow, the massive home is currently estimated at $2,252,262.
According to the publication, Danley regularly attends Sunday service at a local Catholic church and gets coffee at a Los Angeles Starbucks.
Danley has been living in the mansion ever since her then-boyfriend’s heinous crime.
As RadarOnline.com reported in October 2017, she barricaded herself in the home at the time of the shooting. Her family retained a high-powered lawyer days following the tragedy.
Danley moved from Australia to Nevada after the death of her first husband.
Paddock had allegedly bought a plane ticket and given her $150,000 weeks before the attack. Danley, who worked as a Reno casino worker, cooperated with investigators and was cleared of any involvement.
She told investigators that he had a “chemical imbalance.”
On the two-year anniversary of the shooting, scroll through RadarOnline.com’s gallery to see photos of Danley’s current home where she has found “peace.”
Palm trees surround the seemingly peaceful home Danley has been living in for years.
Home Sweet Home
The home also features a balcony overlooking the exclusive neighborhood.
According to The Courier Mail, she was recently spotted getting into an SUV driven by her daughter, as the two headed back home.
Danley worked as a high-limit casino host. Paddock would often visit her casino. Their relationship turned romantic, and by 2015 she quit her job so they could travel together more.
Trouble In Paradise
She claimed their relationship was “very romantic” in the beginning. But she then noticed a “gradual decline in affection.”
Danley claimed to investigators that their relationship turned tumultuous towards the end. She claimed he was “unable to perform” and lost interest in sex.
He also allegedly banned her from wearing make-up and perfume, claiming he was allergic. Although a doctor suspected he was bipolar, he refused to take medication.
Investigators later found a stockpile of guns. She believed his stockpile of guns was just a hobby.
A family friend claimed to A Current Affair at the time of the shooting that Paddock would sleep with prostitutes. He said Paddock was “condescending” towards Danley and made her feel “nervous and jittery.”
Why Did He Do It?
In a final police report into the massacre, investigators were unable to provide a motive for the shooting.