In July 2011, Rebecca Zahau was found hanging from a Coronado, California mansion's balcony naked, bound and gagged. Two days before the death, which was ruled a suicide, Zahau’s boyfriend’s young son suffered a fatal fall in the same home under her watch.
Now, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal that the house of horrors is back on the market only months after it was sold. This comes after years of real estate trouble.
Scroll down the gallery to go inside the real estate nightmare.
Jonah Shacknai put the massive home on the market in November 2011 for $14,500,000 after the deaths of his 32-year-old girlfriend and 6-year-old son. The home was bought in August 2012 for $15,500,000.
Back On The Market
But the home didn’t remain off the market for long, as is it was listed for sale months later in March 2013. The listing was removed days later. Then in May 2013, the home was back on the market. It was finally sold in January 2014.
Real Estate Issues
It wasn’t until January 2017 that the home was back on the market for $15,900,000. After five price changes, the home was sold in October 2017 for $14,900.000.
For Sale Again
But by March 2018, the home was listed for sale yet again. It was purchased in August 2018 for $17,500,000.
Like past owners, the home was on the market only months later. The mansion was listed for sale in October 2018 for $17,500,000 and purchased in January 2019 for the same price.
For Sale Now
The home was listed for sale on April 26, 2019 for $16,900,000.
The real estate trouble doesn’t come as a surprise. Jonah’s son Max fell from the second floor banister under Rebecca's watch, the Sheriff’s Department concluded. He died in the hospital.
Another Shocking Death
Two days later, Rebecca’s body was found hanging from the balcony of the home naked, bound and gagged. Jonah’s brother Adam Shacknai found her and administered CPR.
Police ruled her death a suicide, as they suspected guilt over Max’s death led her to take her own life.
But her family believes she was murdered. A cryptic message was written on one of the doors of the home that read, “She saved him. Can you save her.”
Fighting For Justice
The family filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Adam. In April 2018, a civil jury found him liable.
Tune In For More
Oxygen Media is examining the gripping case of Rebecca Zahau in a four-part series, "Death At The Mansion: Rebecca Zahau," beginning Saturday, June 1 at 6 p.m. ET/ PT only on Oxygen!