Michael Jordan’s $15M Mansion Broken Into, 18-Year-Old Arrested


Michael Jordan’s $15 million dollar mansion was broken into on Tuesday afternoon and an 18-year-old man now faces several charges.

Highland Park Police Department arrested and charged one Raiden K. Hagedorn after receiving a burglary in progress call from the neighbors.

Hagedorn was charged with criminal trespass to occupied residence and two counts of criminal damage to property – all of which are misdemeanors.

MJ hasn’t actually lived in the seven-acre estate at 2700 Point Drive in Highland Park since he put it on the market back in 2012 but it’s pretty obvious it belongs to him because of the giant #23 on the front gates.

The mansion has an impressive nine bedrooms, 19 baths, an infinity pool, a tennis court and of course, a cigar room and indoor basketball court.

The house was used in a Travis Scott music video from two years ago that starts with old footage of MJ entering the gates and other scenes from the video were shot on the property.

The mansion was listed for $29 million initially but has since been dropped to $14,855,000 as it seems there are no keen buyers.

Maybe Hagedorn is more of a LeBron James fan? He will appear in court on April 20.

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