California A mansion worth more than 6 million is occupied

California: A mansion worth more than $6 million is occupied by partygoers in Beverly Hills – Le Journal de Montréal

A mansion listed for sale for more than $6 million has been occupied for months by partygoers, angering residents of California's chic Beverly Hills neighborhood.

The premises' previous owner, Munir Uwaydah, a disgraced doctor, had fled the United States years ago following an investigation into the murder of his ex-girlfriend, a 21-year-old model.

The mansion has become a gathering place for outsiders who discard condoms and drug paraphernalia that litter the surrounding grounds, television station ABC 7 reported.

“There are people who are drunk and drugged, staggering, going in and out and then driving into the canyons. Should we kill someone before the police get involved? Fran Solomon, owner of a neighboring house, shouted at the television station.

The squatters welcome people to party and even bring charges against those who arrive there by blocking the streets of the district, protested a resident of this district, which has lost its former calm.

James Allen, an officer with the Los Angeles Police Department, told the Chron that the home's new residents claimed they were friends of the previous owner, who had allowed them to stay.

MDRCA Proerties LLC, listed as the owner of the residence, filed for bankruptcy and the mansion was listed for sale for $4.5 million (equivalent to $6.2 million), according to the New York Post.

According to KTLA, famous people live near the squat, including musician John Legend and his wife Chrissy Teigen, Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane, and Jeff Bezos and Steve Wynn.