Six months ago Dustin Diamond Passed away In February 2021, he was forced to put his old home in Port Washington, Wisconsin up for sale after a bank threatened foreclosure over unpaid dues.
More than two years later, on May 27, 2022, it was finally sold for $276,400 to a real estate developer with plans to demolish the structure and convert it into a type of commercial property, The Post can report.
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Records show that Diamond is best known for his role as a screamer in “Saved By the Bell” with $269,326 for Wells Fargo. He had initially paid $68,000 into the house in 2003 when he purchased the four-bedroom property for $340,000.
Before his death, Diamond revealed in an interview with TMZ that he does not understand how he owes such a huge amount and that a broken water supply flooded his basement and made him lose 30 years of memories.
“Foreclosure means nothing when a house is destroyed…with my things lost,” Diamond said at the time. “Now I feel like Wells Fargo tries to kick me out when I’m down.”
On February 1, 2021, Diamond lost his battle to stage 4 colon cancer after just one month after being diagnosed. He was 44 years old.
The home, which spans 3,000 square feet and sits on half an acre, has since been in and out of the market until recently sold. Only the exterior photos of the house were included in the previous listing with the description: “Fantastic Rehabilitation Project.”
The listing description continues “The property has been vacant for more than a year.” “Great for the investor or handyman.”
Now for the first time since his death, Two viral videos He escorted viewers inside the house, which paints a very harrowing picture of Diamond’s life.
Described as a hoarder den, a massive mess during the video It appears in the home office – and in one of the estate’s bedrooms and bathrooms.
Clothes were scattered, several bottles assembled, medicines and bottles of medicine were seen all over the bathroom sink and tub, and what appeared to be excrement on the bathroom floor.
It is unclear whether the abandoned house was vandalized or even encountered squatters in the time since his death, or whether this was the case in which Diamond left the house.
“Honestly, this is exactly how I expected Screech to live after high school,” one user joked.
“This is so sad, is this really for him? Did he really live like this?” another user asked.
“Our neighbor was in Port Washington, but he rarely left his house,” another user said in the video’s comment section.
According to Ashley – who toured the house – the video was recorded back when the house was still on the market. The realtor took it inside to view the property.
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