Realtor: Bradley Cooper did NOT buy a mansion in Fairfield, so stop coming

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Aug.August 18, 2020 07:09 PM
Bradley Cooper and 640 Sasco Hill Road (Getty, Higgins Group)

Bradley Cooper and 640 Sasco Hill Road (Getty, Higgins Group)

A Fairfield real estate agent showing a mansion there is asking fans of Bradley Cooper to stop acting on rumors that the Hollywood star has bought it, according to Westfair.

Richard Higgins Jr. of Higgins Group Private Brokerage posted on Facebook that Cooper “has NOT purchased” the mansion “despite the rumors!”

He told the New York Post that female fans have circled the mansion and in at least one case dropped off “cookies or muffins that they bake at the gate with the request that he return the dish personally.” Fans have also extended dinner party invitations to the star. The home hit the market two years ago for $28.5 million and is currently asking just under $20 million. [Westfair Online] — Dennis Lynch


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