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Kendra Wilkinson Lists $2.5 Million Home Amid Nasty Divorce From Hank Baskett

Kendra Wilkinson is selling the California home she once shared with Hank Baskett amid their nasty divorce, can exclusively report.

The Calabasas mansion the strained couple lived in while raising their two kids, Hank Jr., 8, and Alijah, 4, is on the market for $2.5 million, according to

The Kendra On Top star filed for divorce on Friday, April 6. Baskett responded the following week, citing "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for ending their marriage. The couple requested joint legal custody of their kids and decided to discuss spousal support at a later date.

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According to the realty website, the home consists of five bedrooms and six bathrooms. It also has a living area for maids and guest quarters.

Kendra and Hank’s mansion was featured on their hit reality show. The couple purchased it in 2011 for $1.6 million. Due to her $2.5 million asking price, Wilkinson is hoping to make over an $800K profit.

The home includes his and her walk-in closets, a heated saltwater pool and spa as well as an outdoor barbecue and entertaining area.

Kendra Wilkinson

Wilkinson exhibited bizarre behavior leading up to and after the divorce filing by going on wild rants on her social media accounts about the split. Earlier this month she tweeted that she was desperate to leave her house after claiming Baskett was filming her. She has since deleted the tweet.

“Why is hank recording me right now. Please tell him to leave me alone and stop,” she wrote. “He’s blaming me for his football career ending.”

The now single mom of two later apologized for the Twitter rant, claiming she was in need of "some d**k."

As exclusively reported, Baskett cheated on pregnant Wilkinson with a transgender model in 2014.

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