Does this mean a price break on Old Mill Road?

Robyn Gibson, Mel’s wife of 28 years, has filed for divorce. I wouldn’t sully this blog with celebrity gossip – not when there’s so much Walter Noel dirt to dish out – but the 75-acre Gibson estate on Old Mill, used infrequently even in happier times, has been sitting on the market for a long time now and has barely budged in price, dropping from $35 million to $30. California’s a community property state so I’d think the soon-to-be-ex Mrs. Gibson is in for a big payday. And an unsold asset sitting idle and unwanted all the way on the wrong side of the country might be a tempting thing to dispose of. Do I hear $15 million? $10?


Filed under Uncategorized

2 responses to “Does this mean a price break on Old Mill Road?

  1. Excuses Noel Style

    I read that Noel and Andres Piedrahita keep saying the SEC checked out Madoff twice, so that’s OK by me.

    That’s like saying to your client, just rely on Social Security for retirement or depending on the Post Office to get the mail right.

    If they depend on SEC for due diligence, then I guess Noel depends on Social Security for his retuirement and the Post Office to keep sending him lawsuits.

    • christopherfountain

      Especially, Excuses, after it’s been disclosed that Bernie coached FGG’s compliance officer as to what to say when the SEC came to FGG to check up on Madoff. That’s not just willing blindness, it’s active participation in fraud. Or so I think.