This week, someone broke into Michael Jordan’s $15 million mansion. Now, an 18-year-old is facing several charges, including criminal damage to the property.
Lake & McHenry County Scanner says that at 4:10 p.m. on April 4, neighbors in the 2700 block of Point Lane called the police to report a robbery in progress. The Highland Park Police Department went to the scene.
Raiden Hagedorn was still inside the 56,000-square-foot home of the legendary Chicago Bulls player when the police arrived.
Hagedorn was taken into custody and charged with two counts of criminal damage to property and criminal trespass to an occupied dwelling.
Jordan was not there when the accident happened, which was a good thing. In fact, Michael Jackson hasn’t lived at this address since 2012, when he put the mansion up for sale.
There are 9 bedrooms and 19 bathrooms at your disposal, as well as a basketball court, tennis court, infinity pool, and cigar room.
It also has the famous gate with Jordan’s number 23 on it. It was also the setting for “FRANCHISE,” a new Travis Scott song with Young Thug and M.I.A. On the grounds, the video was shot.
The price of the Jordan estate has gone down from $29 million to $14,855,000, but Michael has still not been able to sell the property.