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Slash The Guns N’ Roses Guitar Player Lists his Luxury Beverly Hills Estate for $11M Ahead of Divorce


The ex Guns N’ Roses guitar Slash has listed his luxury Los Angeles home for sale as he prepares to finalize his divorce from wife of 13 years, Perla Hudson.

The couple had no prenuptial agreement between them when they married in 2001, so the impending sale of the family home they shared – in Beverly Hills – for the listed $10.995 million is more than likely a major part of the settlement.

Slash's Home

Slash, 49, has now reportedly moved in with his new girlfriend, Meegan Hodges.

The huge martial home has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and of course one or two additions you would expect from a personality like Slash.

How about a nightclub room, complete with a stripper pole, a screening room with stadium seating and, of course, the obligatory recording studio.

The property sits on 20,000 square feet with canyon and valley views.

The British-American guitar player and his ex wife plan plan to share custody of their two sons London, 12, and Cash, 10.

Slash’s ex recently spoke to TMZ about the split, describing it as amicable, but said the lack of a prenup makes dividing the assets difficult.

Slash's House

‘I don’t know how any of that’s gonna work, but I know he’s gonna do the right thing for me and his children, as I would do the right thing to him,’ she told the website.

‘Like I said, it’s amicable, so there’s no bad blood — at least not yet.’ She continued: ‘(Slash and I) had a really long, lasting, loving relationship for a long time.

‘We’re best friends, we’re business partners, and we just wanna do what’s best for our kids.’

Story: The Rock My World team
Photo: The Hollywood Reporter

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