The truth is revealed about Zsa Zsa Gabor's dubious claims. The woman whose Grandparents built the Bel Air Mansion now confirms that Elvis did not live there.
Prince Frederic von Anhalt has been laying the groundwork for the possible sale of his and wife Zsa Zsa Gabor's Bel Air mansion with tours for the press and claiming that Elvis once lived there. And that Gabor bought the home from Howard Hughes, who allegedly built it.
Both tidbits aren't true, says Barbara Yobs, an area mortgage banker whose grandparents built the place and sold it directly to Gabor in 1973. "Having him say all of these things, it just got me," she said.
Her grandparents actually sold the home directly to Gabor, the notoriously reclusive Howard Hughes only leased the place during most of the 1960s. And Elvis never lived there.
Any real estate agent who ends up with the listing (the home at 1001 Bel Air Road doesn't appear to have been listed) would have to set the record straight or open themselves up to possible litigation.
Source; elvisinfonet.com / EpGold