Laeticia Hallyday apaisée : la veuve de Johnny s’est enfin sortie d’une situation épineuse

In addition to an inheritance war against Johnny’s elders, Laeticia Hallyday faced tax officials. Indeed, the widow of Taulier inherited a colossal debt. According to the information relayed, it must repay the sum of 30 million euros. Keeping such a commitment is no small feat. Thus, the beautiful blonde has requested payment deferrals since the death of the singer in 2017.

Faced with this particularly complicated situation, the mother of Joy and Jade was forced to sell part of the heritage bequeathed by her late husband. This is particularly the case of his home in Pacific Palisades in Los Angeles. The forties also had to resolve to separate from his sumptuous villa in Marnes-la-Coquette, called La Savannah. On the market for more than five years, the famous house will finally have a new owner.

Laeticia Hallyday finds buyer for La Savannah

For information, this luxurious property, nestled in Marnes-la-Coquette anda living area of ​​900 m2, consists of ten rooms including six bedrooms. There is, among other things, a swimming pool, a cinema and a tennis court. There is no doubt that this private residence has it all. However, Laeticia Hallyday struggled to find a buyer.

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At first, André Boudou’s daughter fell the price at 10.5 million euros. Subsequently, she called on the services of the Kretz family, which enjoys a great reputation in luxury real estate. According Closer, the one who is at war with Kelly Vedovelli & co has however put an end to this fruitless collaboration. Despite everything, luck finally seems to smile on him. Indeed, Johnny’s widow was recently seen in the Paris court “provided with a promise to purchase, signed by a buyer considered to be very serious”.

As a result, Laeticia Hallyday now benefits from a “deferral of the settlement of her tax debt to May 15 next”.

A home filled with memories

Everything suggests that the companion of Jalil Lespert finally sees the end of the tunnel. Laeticia Hallyday thus continues to empty the luxurious residence while awaiting the arrival of the new owner. A family home filled with beautiful memories. In an interview given to The voice of the Norththe person concerned confided on this subject:

This house, we found ourselves there during the tours, it was an anchor, a refuge… Today, I have to part with it. And that, too, is a stage of mourning.

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