Home Where Michael Jackson Suffered Cardiac Arrest Belongs To Ed Hardy CEO

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The home where Michael Jackson suffered a cardiac arrest on Thursday was owned by Ed Hardy's CEO, Access Hollywood has confirmed.

The Holmby Hills estate that Jackson rented for $100,000 a month was owned by Ed Hardy's CEO Hubert Guez.


The sprawling French chateau-style estate was built in 2002 and has seven bedrooms and 13 bathrooms.

Following the singer's tragic death, fans gathered in front of the West LA home holding signs that featured Jackson with label founder Christian Audigier.

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Jackson was seen shopping at a LA-area Ed Hardy store in April with his children.

According to The Los Angeles Times, the future of the pop star's most famous residence, Neverland Ranch, remains in limbo. Colony Capital, who purchased the massive Santa Barbara County ranch last year for $22.5 million after Jackson defaulted on it, will not say what it plans to do with the property.

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