Hot Property | How a hijacked listing for one of L.A.'s most expensive homes led to a $60-million lawsuit
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Hot Property | Hijacked listing for one of L.A.'s most expensive homes led to a $60-million lawsuit

Hot Property | How a hijacked listing for one of L.A.'s most expensive homes led to a $60-million lawsuit

A Bel-Air mansion built on speculation is at the center of a legal dispute after a Zillow listing for the $150-million home was hijacked by an unknown user.

 

 (Berlyn Photography)
Hot Property | How a hijacked listing for one of L.A.'s most expensive homes led to a $60-million lawsuit

Bruce Makowsky, a handbag tycoon turned developer, is suing Zillow Group for $60 million in damages after listing details were updated with false information.

 

 (Berlyn Photography)
Hot Property | How a hijacked listing for one of L.A.'s most expensive homes led to a $60-million lawsuit

The 38,000-square-foot house sits on more than an acre and features three kitchens, a 40-seat movie theater and a bowling alley. A fleet of exotic cars is also included in the nine-figure price.

 (Berlyn Photography)
Hot Property | How a hijacked listing for one of L.A.'s most expensive homes led to a $60-million lawsuit

The 40-seat movie theater.

 (Berlyn Photography)
Hot Property | How a hijacked listing for one of L.A.'s most expensive homes led to a $60-million lawsuit

The four-lane bowling alley flanked by the candy room.

 (Berlyn Photography)
Hot Property | How a hijacked listing for one of L.A.'s most expensive homes led to a $60-million lawsuit

Perched high above Bel-Air, the mansion commands sweeping views of the city.

 (Berlyn Photography)
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