Hot Property: Coliseum corruption case defendant sells house

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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