It’s thought she only lived in the property for a short time, as her well-documented public breakdown began only a few weeks later, and within two months the property was back on the market.
In 2012, the mansion was sold to Australian venture capitalist Jeff Friedmann for £3.1 million, registering a huge loss for the Piece of Me singer.
A vast sum, yet still £400,000 less than what Britney paid for it 14 years ago.
The lavish house, which featured in the pop star’s documentary Britney: For the Record, has a huge kitchen and entertainment room, plus a private cinema.
Outside there’s a saltwater swimming pool, alfresco dining area, fire pit and Jacuzzi.