Roger Stone Forced to Move from His $9,500-a-month Luxury Home
Things just aren’t going Roger Stone’s way it seems. The 66-year-old political provocateur is set to appear in court today after posting what some describe as a threatening picture of US District Judge Amy Berman Jackson.
While there is a real possibility that Stone’s bail could be revoked for the stunt he pulled, regardless of whether he is sent to prison prior to any trial or not, he will apparently not be living in the $9,500-a-month luxury home in Fort Lauderdale that he currently resides in.
The home, which he currently rents, is back on the market. A large “For Rent By Owner” sign now sits in the yard and Stone and his wife Nydia have told the Sun-Sentinel that they are in fact moving out.
“We are moving to an apartment both to save money and for security reasons,” Stone wrote in an email to the Florida newspaper.
The current home has a market value of approximately $1.6 million, according to Broward County property records. It features four bedrooms and three baths, along with a pool, and sits on a canal in Fort Lauderdale.
Roger and Nydia have lived in Fort Lauderdale since 2014, and Florida for years prior to that. The couple say that they plan to stay in the area.
Stone has been charged with 7 felony counts, including witness tampering, obstruction of justice and making false statements to investigators. He could face well over a decade in prison if convicted.