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Hot Property: Coliseum corruption case defendant sells house

April 18, 2012|By Lauren Beale
  • The former Coliseum events manager has sold his Pasadena house.
The former Coliseum events manager has sold his Pasadena house. (Ricardo DeAratanha / Los…)

Among names of note to pop up on sales that have finally slowpoked their way into the public record is Todd DeStefano, who has sold his Pasadena house for $1.92 million. The former L.A. Coliseum events manager is charged with receiving more than $2 million in illegal payments for helping to stage raves at Coliseum properties and keeping the costs down, according to Times reports.

Listed at $2.05 million in September, the two-story contemporary contains three fireplaces, five bedrooms and seven bathrooms in its 5,585 square feet of living space. Outside features include an outdoor fireplace, a swimming pool with spa, a pond, a pool pavilion with outdoor kitchen and a rose garden.

Public records show the property was purchased in 2009 for $1.75 million.

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