Randy Johnson‘s big unit is up for grabs — a 25,000 sq. foot estate with a full gym, game room, bar, basketball court and WATERSLIDE — and all ya gotta do is be the highest bidder.
As we previously reported, the ex-MLB superstar put the house on the market for $ 25 MIL back in 2014 … but didn’t find a buyer. He slashed it all the way down to $ 14.5 mil before finally deciding to put it on the auction block.
The place is insane … it’s located in Paradise Valley. Here are the highlights:
— 7 bedrooms, 12 baths
— Full tennis court/ basketball court
— Trophy room
— Game room with bar and pool table
— Music instrument room
— Sick pool with twisty waterslide
— Wine cellar
— Massive garage
— Secret garden area
— Movie theater with box office
There’s more … make sure to check out the pics. The auction, hosted by Concierge Auctions, starts on Jan. 29.
There’s no starting bid … but in order to get in on the action, ya gotta cough up a $ 100K deposit and proof of income.
As for Randy — who made more than $ 175 mil during his MLB career — records show he bought the property in 2003 for $ 2.7 mil.
Randy Jackson is one big step closer to being a single man … more than 4 years after his wife filed for divorce.
According to new docs obtained by TMZ … the judge signed off on Randy and his estranged wife Erika’s dissolution of marriage last month. The 2 will be officially divorced on February 7.
It’s unclear who got what in the divorce … the settlement’s being kept under wraps.
We broke the story … Erika filed for divorce in September 2014 after 18 years of marriage. The couple had no prenup, so it’s a good bet she made out well considering the millions Randy made in his “American Idol” heyday.
Randy and Erika have 2 adult children together, so custody is not an issue.
Janet and Randy Jackson have a payroll problem … because they’re being sued by a former manager claiming they didn’t pay him for his services.
Danny O’Donovan has filed new legal docs claiming Janet and Randy hired him in July 2016 to be the tour manager for the “State of the World Tour.” According to docs, obtained by TMZ, Danny says the Jacksons agreed to pay him $ 25k per month and he ended up working for 17 months.
In docs, O’Donovan says everything was fine and dandy ’cause they paid him each month for the first 5 months, but then the payments stopped. O’Donovan says he completed his duties over the remaining 12 months … so he’s suing to get what he says he’s owed — $ 300k.
We’ve reached out to Janet and Randy, so far no word back.