Laeticia Hallyday will have to face more serious than her health problems. As Closer learned, Johnny Halliday’s ex-wife recently suffered a new blow that could upset her daily life.
The hard knocks are linked … The financial troubles are not over for Laeticia Hallyday who, a few weeks ago, learned that the Council of State had just established a tax adjustment on the profits of the tour Stop here by Johnny Hallyday, worth more than 470,000 euros. In the process, Closer revealed that the mother had been hospitalized in emergency intensive care at the American hospital in Neuilly because of her hypokalemia. Problems that have greatly weakened the ex-wife of Taulier who, as Closer reveals again exclusively, has just suffer another blow. As you can learn in the columns of the new issue of your Closer magazine, the sale of Savannah, Johnny’s 900 m² house located in Marnes-la-Coquette, is proving more difficult than expected.
While buyers had come forward in December 2021 to buy the house in which Johnny Hallyday breathed his last, it would seem that they failed to obtain the 10 million euros necessary for the takeover from their banks. Closer therefore explains that the Savannah house finds itself again without a buyer, and that this could push Laeticia Hallyday to lower the price of the property once again. The enormous sum of 5 million euros has already been subtracted from the sale price compared to the price of the real estate market, and the partner of Jalil Lespert could still be brought to trim the sale price a little in order to make sure to find buyers as soon as possible. Because the tax adjustment and the sale of the house are not his only problems.
The house where Johnny Hallyday died does not find a buyer
When he died, Johnny Hallyday left behind him huge tax debt which Laeticia Hallyday is forced to take care of. While she had just put in place with her teams a repayment plan of 30 million euros which included the sale of the Savannah house for 10 million euros, she will be forced to review all your plans if she ever wants to be able to get rid of the taxman’s attention. The period is therefore complicated for the ex-wife of the singer, already tired by his treatment against his chronic gouty arthritis. It only remains to hope that her return home to Los Angeles in early April with her family will allow her to regain enough strength to face the trials to come.
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