Sharon Stone Selling Her Beverly Hills Home After Intruder Confrontations
Sharon Stone has put her Los Angeles home on the market following several brushes with intruders this year.
The Hollywood actress won a restraining order against Phillip Barnes this week after he was arrested outside her house last month. He allegedly launched into a bizarre rant claiming he fathered one of her adopted sons and has now been ordered to stay away from the star.
Stone previously obtained a restraining order against Bradly Gooden in March after he was found trespassing at her property, and earlier this month, she was spooked by a loud noise at the house and dialed 911 only to find it was a false alarm.
The Basic Instinct star is now preparing to move by putting the sprawling Beverly Hills home on the market at a $2 million loss.
The seven-bedroom mansion has a price tag of $9 million and boasts a gym, media room, tennis court, swimming pool and spa. Stone bought the house for $11 million in 2006, according to Businessinsider.com.