Freshly Rehabbed Luann De Lesseps Takes Home At Center Of Family Feud Off The Market

Out of rehab, and off the market!

The Real Housewives of New York star Luann de Lesseps — who checked out of her second stint in substance abuse treatment last week — has removed the listing for her Hamptons home amid a nasty legal feud with her own children and ex-husband, can exclusively report.

According to Zillow, as of August 3, the luxe property is no longer for sale.

She listed the four-bedroom, four-bathroom Sag Harbor, New York, house in June, infuriating her ex, Count Alexandre de Lesseps, daughter Victoria, 23, and son Noel, 21, so much, they slapped her with a lawsuit last month.

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As reported, the furious family members claimed de Lesseps, 53, threatened to sell the Sag Harbor home and buy herself a new property in upstate New York instead of setting up a trust fund for the adult children.

A source told last week the kids were still angry and "demanding answers" about the alleged missing money despite their mother's rehab check-in.

De Lesseps' decision to take the home off the market could be a sign she's ready to reconcile with her kids after rehab.

LuAnn de Lesseps

But she still has other legal drama to tackle. De Lesseps is expected in court later this month to learn if her plea deal in her December 2017 battery case has been approved.

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