Six months before Dustin Diamond passed away in February 2021, he was forced to sell his longtime home in Port Washington, Wisconsin.
More than two years later, on May 27, 2022, it was finally sold for $276,400 to a property developer with plans to demolish the structure and turn it into some kind of commercial property, The Post can report.
As for the exact plan of the land, it remains unknown. The post is asking for comments.
Diamond, best known for his role as Screech Powers on “Saved by the Bell,” is shown to have owed Wells Fargo $269,326. In 2003, when he bought the four-bedroom property for $340,000, he had initially put a $68,000 down payment on the house.
Before his death, Diamond revealed in an interview with TMZ that he never understood why he was in such a huge amount of debt, and that a broken water main flooded his basement and caused him to lose 30 years of memory. did.
“Foreclosure means nothing when the house is destroyed…with my items I lost,” Diamond said at the time. “I feel like Wells Fargo is trying to kick me when I’m down.”
On February 1, 2021, Diamond lost a battle with extensive Stage 4 lung cancer just one month after her diagnosis. he was 44 years old.
Spanning 3,000 square feet and located on half an acre, this home has been on and off the market until its recent sale. It was
“The property has been vacant for over a year,” the listing description continues. “Perfect for investors and handyman owners.”
Now, for the first time since his death, two viral videos are taking viewers inside their homes and depicting some very shocking pictures of Diamond’s life.
Described as a hoarding den, widespread chaos throughout the video is shown in the home’s office and one of the property’s bedrooms and bathrooms.
Clothes are strewn about, some bottles have been collected, pills and medicine bottles are found all over the bathroom sink and tub, and what looks like feces is on the bathroom floor.
It is not known if the abandoned house was destroyed or faced with squatters after his death, or if Diamond was in a state of leaving home.
“Honestly, I thought this was exactly what Screech was going to do after high school,” joked one user.
“It’s so sad, is it really his? Did he really live like that?” asked another user.
“He was a neighbor in Port Washington but rarely left the house,” another user claimed in the comments section of the video.
According to Ashley, who gave a tour of the house, the video was recorded when the house was still on the market. Her realtor took her inside to view her property.