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Demolition is imminent for Jackson's Neverland ranch
Showbiz After the broadcasting of the controversial documentary ‘Leaving Neverland’ it does not look good for the current owners of the ranch, Neverland, which once belonged to Michael Jackson. This place would be the King of Pop have been found guilty of sexual abuse of minor boys, and that is not conducive to the sale of the estate. This is reported in The Mirror.

According to broker Ruban Selvanayagam ‘need to be the owners of their loss. “I suspect that demolished going to be, because the piece of land on which the ranch is built is very attractive for developers. But no one wants to be associated with the buildings that currently stand on because of the statements in the documentary.”

The asking price of the ranch was the last few years enormously, but reported no serious buyer. Where there are still 88 million euros was asked, should it now be gone for "only" 27 million. Jackson bought the estate in the late 80's and built a large house is also an amusement park and zoo. He left Neverland after 15 years, when he was on the court, accused, and acquitted, of child abuse.

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