Alex Ojjeh is now free; he will not be prosecuted for the alleged bribery arrangements.
So he can get back to enjoying his lovely canal house in East Tennessee as soon as possible.
He paid $2,594,494.00 for this mansion, which had an asking price of slightly under 3.7 million dollars. Because there is no mortgage on his purchase, we may conclude Alex Ojjeh paid for the lakehouse out of his own cash. The building also contains a courtyard garden and an inside garage for one car, but the businessman now has his own cinema and exercise area with a sauna to maintain his fitness level.
After the purchase of the home, Ojjeh adds that the home is not quite ready, but he believes it is time to have a look at paradise. Actually, the home was done when he acquired it, but Ojjeh wanted to make certain changes first, which took some time. The house measures 377m2, “which is fairly large for a lake property,” he says.
For example, the massive hideaway includes its own garage for Ojjeh’s automobile, a spacious bedroom with a walk-in closet, and even a bedroom for Ojjeh’s nanny (all with its own bathroom and walk-in closet). In addition, the 35-year-old has a so-called’man-cave,’ which includes a gaming section and a movie theater.