The Neverland ranch of the late pop star Michael Jackson has reportedly been sold to a billionaire investor for a quarter of its initial asking price.
Ron Burkle, a former friend of Jackson, recently bought the estate in Los Olivos, California, his spokesman said.
He paid $22m (£16.2m) for Neverland, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing public records and three people familiar with the deal.
The 2,700-acre (1,100 hectare) compound was first listed for $100m in 2015.
Since then Neverland, north of Santa Barbara city, has been on and off the market, listed most recently last year for the lower price of $31m.
Jackson originally paid about $19.5m for Neverland, which he named after a fictional island where children never grow up in JM Barrie’s Peter Pan story.
In the 1990s and 2000s, Neverland became the centre of various investigations into child sexual assault allegations against Jackson.