Today is a good day. Actually it is a great day and I want to thank the people of Hidden Hills for making it such a great day. If I could, I would go up to each of your homes, ring the bell and say thanks.
Turns out that all the folks in Hidden Hills got together and complained to city officials about the filming going on at Denise Richards' home. I guess that in addition to just a general dislike of Denise they also hate having production crews all over their swank neighborhood. So, what is an “actress” to do? Why move of course. Denise has put her home up for sale. Now, if I recall she used to own two on the same street, but is now down to one which she has priced at $4.2M.
Yes, for just $4.2M you to can live in the house Denise Richards called home. I personally think that because she lived there the price should drop considerably. Not like a Hale Bopp house price drop but still, I'm thinking maybe it is worth just four or five dollars.
Now, you may be asking yourself what all of this has to do with Denise moving out of Los Angeles. Well, I'm glad you asked. See, in addition to disliking the filming, apparently the neighbors got tired of the noise that 14 dogs at one house causes and so they complained to the LA County Animal Control who ordered Denise to get a kennel license. No, not for her, but for the dogs. Denise was not pleased about this and so wants to get out of LA County's jurisdiction which means she will be some other county's problem.
So, to all the people in Hidden Hills. Thank You.