U.S. Marshals Service Gives Video Tours of Fraudster’s Manhattan Penthouse

September 9, 2009

While Bernard Madoff is wasting away 150 years in prison, his property is being sold off to help pay off the victims of his $65 billion investment fraud!

According to CBS:

a three bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath penthouse in Manhattan’s Upper East Side and an estate in Palm Beach, Fla. were seized by the government back in July along with a New York beach house in the Hamptons and two yachts.

According to The New York Times:

The 3,000-square-foot oceanfront house on the dunes in Montauk went on the market for $8.75 million on Sept. 1, and 70 real estate brokers showed up for an open house two days later. Over the Labor Day weekend, there were 23 showings to potential buyers…

U.S. Marshals gave guided video tours of both of the homes soon to be put on the market. Standing in the New York penthouse, a Marshal describes the penthouse as “4,000-square-foot with seven rooms, three of them being bedrooms.” Check it out below!

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