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Ariana Grande's $14m Hollywood mansion hides a surprising past

Lovemoney Logo By Abi Harman of Lovemoney | Slide 2 of 35: Built in 2018, the ultra-modern home has something of a dark history. It was constructed by the Woodbridge Group, a company once owned by the fraudster and convicted criminal Robert Shapiro, who conned more than 84,000 investors out of billions of dollars. Until Ariana took up residence, the house had reportedly never been occupied but has been on and off the market with the asking price starting at a huge $25.5 million (£18m) before it was reduced to sell. 

A new-build at a bargain price

Built in 2018, the ultra-modern home has something of a dark history. It was constructed by the Woodbridge Group, a company once owned by the fraudster and convicted criminal Robert Shapiro, who conned more than 84,000 investors out of billions of dollars. Until Ariana took up residence, the house had reportedly never been occupied but has been on and off the market with the asking price starting at a huge $25.5 million (£18m) before it was reduced to sell. 

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