forcing them to give up their homes. Fortunately, that will not be the fate of 96-year-old actress Zsa Zsa Gabor's mansion, which is currently on the market.
On Friday, a Los Angeles judge ruled that Gabor and her ninth husband, Frederic Prinz von Anhalt, can remain in their Bel Air house until the actress dies
or for three more years. A potential buyer must oblige to this
"deferred transaction" in addition to paying the couple $325,000 a year,
reports Reuters. This news may come just in time, as last month we
reported that the home was marked "pending" in the MLS, indicating there
may be a sale in the works.
Von Anhalt told reporters, "this decision is going to make her very
happy," and is optimistic about the future. "Hopefully she will be with
us for more than three years. Her mother lived to be 102."
The pair had recently turned to renting the place out as a film set to offset Gabor's medical costs, and it appears in the award-wining movie "Argo" as well as an upcoming HBO film about Liberace called "Behind The Candelabra." But, with the recent news, perhaps the couple can enjoy a more private existence at home.