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Megan Fox is selling the decidedly Brady Bunch-looking house that she shared with her ex-husband, Beverly Hills, 90210 heartthrob Brian Austin Green, real estate site Trulia reports. They moved into the Sherman Oaks, CA, home while Fox was pregnant with the former couple’s second child.
The three bedroom, three bathroom home is going for $1.299 million, which might sound like a fortune, judging by its unglamorous exterior. But looks can be deceiving, as the recently renovated property boasts vaulted ceilings, oak paneling, jealousy-inducing closets, a Zen koi pond, and waterfall.
Fox filed for divorce on August 21, citing irreconcilable differences. On September 29, Green subsequently filed documents requesting spousal support in light of his career-inhibiting vertigo. Both parties have requested joint custody of sons Noah, 3, and Bodhi, 23 months.
This sale follows Fox’s annual home sale habit. As Trulia notes, in 2014, the then-couple offloaded a larger, A-list worthy Los Feliz, CA, pad in 2014, and then their Toluca Lake, CA, residence in December 2015. To see what’s on the real estate market courtesy of Fox this year, here’s a virtual tour.
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Megan Fox thinks that social media is unhealthy for kids. The mom of two told Entertainment Tonight that she thinks platforms such as Instagram and Twitter are “really toxic for our youth culture.”
According to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 star, “there is a hierarchy in schools of who’s the cool kid based on who has the most followers and who has the most likes. It’s a really terrible message to wake up every day and have your kids going, ‘Who liked my photo?’ and ‘Who’s following me?'”
Fox said she even had to quit Twitter because of the obsessiveness over gaining followers.
“When I was on Twitter for five days, I would have 12- and 13-year-old kids going, ‘If you don’t follow me back, I am going to kill myself.’ I was like this is f–king awful,” the 29-year-old said. “Parents should pay attention to that and have your kids off of it. You’re not ready for that s–t when you’re a teenager. You need to be an adult before you can start messing around with that. It’s irresponsible and it’s dangerous.”
Fox, who shares sons Noah, 3, and Bodhi, 22 months, with estranged husband Brian Austin Green, has a few years before she needs to worry about her own kids.