The lawsuit alleges he stopped making loan payments in February 2017. After attempting to sell the massive property for $20 million in June 2017, he is now being forced to cough up the keys and access to the security system — as well as all related contracts, leases, rental agreements, fixtures, furniture and equipment — as collateral for the loan payments.

The seven-bed, 11-bath compound will be available for rent or lease but is prohibited from being sold or transferred until the legal case is closed.