No, stupid: A dog isn’t really selling Madonna’s former Florida mansion

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Calling all suckers: A dog hasn’t bought or is selling Madonna’s former Miami mansion.

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a series of newspapers from orlando watchdog, ns The Associated Press And newsweek To Forbes And NPR Madonna’s former bedroom is reporting a ludicrous story about a “millionaire dog” named Gunther putting her former villa on the market at 3029 Brickell Avenue for $31 million.

“He lives in Madonna’s former master bedroom,” listing broker Ruthie Assouline reportedly said in an interview. “He literally sleeps in the former bedroom of the world’s greatest pop star overlooking the most spectacular view in an Italian custom bed.”


Fabulous Story. the only problem? it’s loud not true,

“No dogs are sleeping in Madonna’s old bedroom,” said a person with direct knowledge of the deal. “It’s a completely made-up story. Pimp is fucking bullshit. There’s no dog. There never was a dog. The owner thought it would be a fun way to score a reality TV show. That’s it,” said the source. .

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What’s True: Assouline and her husband, Ethan, are listing the waterfront home for $31.75 million. But his client, the real owner, is not a dog. He is a wealthy – albeit eccentric – 65-year-old Italian entrepreneur from Tuscany named Maurizio Mian.

Like a fur-gin: Gunther is having a ball at the pop star’s former home that he didn’t actually buy — good at that.
AP Photo/Lynn Sladkie

And although the villa is on the market for $31.75 million, “it’s only worth it if you can afford to tear it down and start all over again,” said a broker who visited Uncommon Property.

When confronted with the lie by The Post, Mian said, “It’s complicated.”

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A dining area in the house.

Invite a whole pack and their litter over for dinner.

Pond outside the house.

Barking trees right in the backyard with palms and pools.

home kitchen.

The high-tech kitchen makes for a great doggy bag.

A staircase in the house.

The Terraced Fairy-Tale Villa is very pet-friendly.

“A dog doesn’t have a home,” Mian admitted, “but there is a foundation. [for the care of the dog.]She confessed that, “the dog belonged to someone else.”

Legal experts confirm that in the United States it is impossible to leave property to a pet – although money can be set aside in a trust to care for them.

German Shepherd Gunther VI wears a fake diamond collar as he sits on the grounds of a house formally owned by pop star Madonna.
Haute Under the Collar: This leaky German shepherd is too smart to get caught up in the tedium of real estate.

But the newspaper report cited the home’s listing broker, Assouline, describing Gunther VI as a jet-setting German Shepherd with a personal chef who held a “meeting” regarding the sale of the house. and her “handler” bought the house for her—and he inherited her fortune, including the eight-bedroom waterfront mansion, from her grandfather, Gunther IV.

The story goes that the dog’s pedigree dates back decades when Gunther III inherited a $150 million trust from late owner German Countess Carlotta Liebenstein, who died in 1992.

An interior of a Miami residence.
Make no bones about it: Humans really don’t deserve this pooch castle, do they?

Earthly dogs have apparently been traveling to places like Milan, Miami and the Bahamas ever since.

Asoulaine told The Post that she was unaware that the dog was not the owner: “At first I thought it was crazy, but I saw other people leaving money for their pets … how an illusion.” Maybe? I look at pictures and I google things — Gunther went to an auction and bought a $1.1 million truffle. There’s so much information and so much history.”

However, a simple 30-second Google search would have uncovered the truth—that the dog’s tale is a “legend”—and a fake.

German Shepherd Gunther VI sits on a gorgeous round, red velvet bed overlooking Biscayne Bay in a formal home owned by pop star Madonna.
Press the claw button: Gunther chose to ignore all this drama in favor of a catnap.

The Gunther Hoax had already been ousted in 2005, when Mian’s shell company, Gunther Corp., paid $7.5 million for the house.

“Mian once admitted to an Italian newspaper that the countess never existed,” The Tampa Bay Times reported.

Our source says the truth is that owner Miyan “borrowed” or “rented” the dog and that, “the whole story is a big lie.”

“The fake story goes back 20 years,” he said, “Maurizio wanted to get into the film business and made this fake story. He is the son of a billionaire. The caretaker told me the whole story too. This is the biggest scam. It’s a joke. I’d like someone to put an end to this nonsense. Right now they hired a dog and are shooting at home. They hired one dog 20 years ago and now they’ve got another Hired – it’s a scam.”

This is the doghouse for these hype-hungry storytellers.


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