Katy Perry Convinces Russell Brand to Sell Bachelor Pad, Cause She's Jealous

Was I the only one in the world who was shocked and a little horrified when Russell Brand and Katy Perry got engaged?

Either way, the London Evening Standard has reported that Brand will be selling his premarital home, worth about £2.5 million, since Perry is jealous that he slept with so many other women there.

The decision came not just as a result of Perry's unhappiness with all of the memories the house contains. It's also the fact that a number of women know where Brand, a now recovered sex addict, was living.

The couple plans to relocate to New York City, and Brand seems to have found a buyer for the lavish home already. The London Evening Standard describes the home and a few of its ammenities.

"The 2000 sq ft house -- which is located in the city's exclusive Hampstead area -- boasts four bedrooms, a giant yoga room, a hot tub with a built-in flat screen TV, gothic-inspired fireplaces and a landscaped garden." Maybe the house will bring the new owner some luck in the love department as well.

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