'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Adrienne Maloof $13M Mansion PHOTOS of New 90210 Home

Former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Adrienne Maloof recently spent over $13,000 million on a mansion in the Mulholland Estates private community of 90210, Celebuzz reported.

The $13.4 millon home has 16,000 square feet of living space complete with a family room, game room, gym, gourmet chef's kitchen that has two islands and also a total of seven bedrooms, according to the report. The property includes a 2,000 square-foot guest house. Maloof's master bedroom reportedly comes with a fireplace, two luxury baths and a large balcony with 180-degree views of the city. The mansion's backyard includes an infinity pool overlooking the view, fire pit, outdoor kitchen and barbecue.

In front of the home is a curved driveway leading up to the front door.

See photos here of the 90210 mansion.

On Aug. 23, Maloof shared a photo of her new pool on Facebook and captioned the image, "so nice #relaxing by the new #pool at the new house!♥"

Before Maloof moved into her new home she was renting a 11,000-square-foot mansion in Mulholland Estates community for over $20,000 a month, according to The Stir. She lived in the rented property immediately after she separated from Paul Nassif.

Maloof finalized her divorce from Nassif in November of 2012 after 10 years of marriage. They share sons Gavin, and twins Colin and Christian. Christina Aguilera reportedly paid  $10 million for Maloof's rented home and moved in shortly after the reality star left.

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Enstars reported that Nassif on Aug. 21 dropped a lawsuit against Maloof regarding their son Gavin for undisclosed reasons and also called off his request for her to pay his attorney fees. Nassif additionally called off his a civil distortion and blackmail claim against the former couple's chef, Bernie Guzman. 

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