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Oscar Pistorius - Home Sold

It was reported by the Daily Mail that according to Oscar Pistorius’ attorney, Brian Webber, the Paralympian has accepted an offer on his house in Silver Woods Estate.



According to the report the offer to purchase was accepted and is currently going through the processes of being transferred.

It is unknown who the buyer is and what the offer price was, but Oscar had said in his bail application that the home was worth around R5 million.

The home was listed to help cover his legal fees.
(Via: Daily Mail)


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