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Sylvester Stallone’s Abandoned Home Hides Troubling Secrets

With an estimated net worth of around $400 million, Sylvester Stallone is one of the richest stars in Hollywood. Despite this, some fans have been questioning the star’s financial status after a viral video came to light that claimed to show an abandoned property that he formerly occupied. Join Facts Verse as we explore how Sylvester Stallone’s abandoned home hides troubling secrets.

Did Sylvester Stallone Abandon His Home?

Recently, a viral video came to light claiming to show footage of an abandoned property that was formerly occupied by Hollywood star Sylvester Stallone. The video came as a result of the urban-explorer craze. For those that don’t know, urban explorers are people who explore abandoned properties, typically for the purposes of filming their escapades and uploading them on the internet. Most of the time, the videos that urban explorers upload are only of interest to other urban explorers. However, the video that claimed to show footage of a property that was potentially owned by Sylvester Stallone ended up appealing to another demographic entirely. Of course, that demographic would be fans of the revered Rocky and Rambo actor.

The video showed an abandoned brick house with a yard that had long since become overgrown. The house appeared as if whoever had previously occupied it had left in the spur of the moment, as there was food rotting in the refrigerator. The most interesting thing that the urban-explorer video showcased, though, would have to be the plethora of luxury cars that had seemingly been abandoned on the property.

Fans of Sylvester Stallone will know that that macho actor is a fan of his luxury cars. However, the simple fact of there being luxury cars wasn’t the only thing that caused the urban explorers to theorize that the abandoned property they were exploring formerly belonged to Sylvester Stallone. The biggest clue that Sylvester was the former owner of the property came from vanity license plates that were featured on the vehicles. There were numerous license plates featuring Sylvester’s nickname of “Sly”, including plates that read “SLY”, “SLY2”, and “SLY3”. To make matters even more suspicious, one of those license plates was featured on a luxury car by the name of a Clenet. These cars are especially rare, and Sylvester is known to own one.

Fact-Checkers Have Been Keeping Busy

The video was apparently of a property that was found in Maryland, with the license plates on the various vehicles being registered either in Maryland or Washington, D.C. After the video went viral, Sylvester Stallone fans got ahold of Maryland authorities and were able to determine that the cars with Maryland license plates were registered to someone other than Sylvester Stallone. However, this information has yet to be gathered for the Washington D.C. plates. The fact that the Maryland cars aren’t registered to Sylvester may seem like proof that the star is not the owner of the cars. However, it’s possible that the actor had the cars registered under a different name, or to someone else.

Another piece of evidence suggesting that the abandoned property explored in the viral video did indeed belong to Sylvester Stallone would be the fact that the actor grew up in Maryland. Not only that, but he grew up in a brick house! Because of this, many have speculated that the property featured in the urban-explorers video is none other than the childhood home of the actor. Fans believe that the actor may have purchased his childhood home for nostalgic purposes only to abandon it due to financial difficulties.

There is certainly a lot of evidence to suggest that the viral video was, in fact, a document of Sylvester Stallone’s decaying wealth. However, there seems to be even more evidence suggesting that the property in the video belonged to someone else entirely. Besides the Maryland cars being registered to someone besides Sylvester, there’s also the fact of the matter that the star’s childhood home has been put on the market several times in the past few years, and that it also doesn’t match up with the layout of the property that is featured in the video. The property featured in the video has a giant yard, whereas the childhood home doesn’t.

Did the Property Belong to a Frenchman?

Scrolling through the responses on the viral urban-explorers video, there are many people that have suggested that the property featured belongs to a wealthy French man that passed away a few years back. This man was known to have purchased cars that formerly belonged to Sylvester Stallone, which may explain the vanity license plates. As far as the presence of the rare Clenet, this can also be explained by the wealthy-Frenchman theory. You see, the Frenchman that was supposed to have owned the property was none other than the brother of the Clenet creator.

The wealthy-Frenchman theory garnered a lot of traction after it was posited via YouTube comments, but it has since been largely debunked. It’s certainly true that the wealthy French brother of the Clenet creator passed away and left a lot of cars in property limbo. It’s also true that these cars included a Clenet, and some other vehicles that had been purchased from Sylvester Stallone at some point in the past. However, the abandoned property of this late Frenchman has since been revealed in another urban-explorers video, and this video made it all too clear that the Frenchman’s abandoned cars are not the same as the ones found in Maryland. It seems that it’s just a huge coincidence.

With the wealthy-Frenchman theory being debunked, Sylvester Stallone fans became desperate for other theories to explain the viral video away. Thankfully, there has been one more theory that has managed to carry some weight. This third theory suggests that the abandoned property featured in the urban-explorers video belongs to Sly Stone, who was the leader of the musical group Sly and the Family Stone. This would explain all of the vanity license plates. Sly Stone having abandoned the property would also make a lot more sense financially than Sylvester Stallone having abandoned it. While Sylvester is estimated to be worth around $400 million, Sly Stone is verifiably homeless.

Sylvester Previously Abandoned His Palm Springs Mansion

Given the current facts, it seems more likely that the abandoned Maryland property belongs to Sly Stone instead of Sylvester Stallone. However, muddying the waters of the story even more would be the fact that there was a property that Sylvester certifiably did abandon in the 2010s. Prior to 2010, Sylvester lived in a Palm Springs mansion amongst some of the wealthiest citizens of California. Even though he’s worth $400 million, Sylvester started to feel like the odd one out amongst these wealthy citizens and decided that he wanted to find a home someplace else. Wanting to move but not wanting to sell his expensive home for too small of a price tag, Sylvester found a new place in Palm Beach, Florida, and left his Palm Springs home abandoned.

Sylvester Stallone’s Palm Springs mansion was abandoned for several years before it was just recently sold to pop idol Adele for a staggering sum. During the time that the property was abandoned, there were, indeed, many luxury cars sitting on it. The home wasn’t technically abandoned, as it was on the market. However, the house was so expensive that it took many, many years for it to be sold. The property sold for $58 million, and Sylvester downsized to a home that only cost around $35 million. Despite the downgrade, it seems that Sylvester is far from being in dire financial straits.

In the web of rumors that has come about as a result of the viral urban-explorers video, the one certifiable truth would seem to be the fact that Sylvester Stallone is a man that loves his luxury cars. Whether or not the luxury cars that were abandoned ever belonged to Sylvester is still open for debate, but what’s not open for debate is that the actor still has plenty of luxury cars in his collection. Some of the most prized cars in Sylvester’s collection include his Bugatti Veyron, 1932 Highboy Hot Rod, and Rolls-Royce Phantom.

Sylvester Stallone Is Still a High Roller

Sylvester Stallone’s Bugatti Veyron seems to be his favorite car to drive around in. The car cost a staggering $1.7 million, and it’s painted all black. It has 1,200 horsepower, and is said to be able to reach 60mph in just under three seconds. If Sylvester ever finds himself in a situation where he needs money fast, he could sell this car and live for a couple of years just off of that. Sylvester’s 1932 Highboy Hot Rod gets out less, but it’s just as impressive. In fact, this 330-horsepower beauty may even be more impressive than the competition on account of it’s classic status.

Finally, the most luxurious car within Sylvester Stallone’s vast and impressive collection may very well be his Rolls-Royce Phantom. Like with the Bugatti Veyron, this is another vehicle that Sylvester loves going out on the town in. The car boasts 453 horsepower, which is more than enough for taking Sylvester to and from his fancy dinners. All things considered, it appears as if the iconic Rocky and Rambo star is pretty far from having to abandon his luxurious life.

Fans may be worried about Sylvester Stallone’s financial situation, but it appears their fears are largely misplaced. Now it’s time to hear from you: did you know that Sylvester Stallone is said to be the owner of a rare Clenet, and that some believe he abandoned a bunch of luxury cars in his home state of Maryland? Comment down below!

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