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Wanna buy Nicolas Cage's money pit?

Apparently not. At an auction held Wednesday in Los Angeles, no one was willing to throw down the minimum bid of $10.4 million.

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Nicolas Cage's Bel Air crib up for bid
Nicolas Cage's Bel Air crib up for bid
Debt-ridden movie star Nicolas Cage lost his Bel Air mansion to foreclosure on Wednesday. The courthouse auction was a flop, as no one was willing to make the minimum $10.4 million bid. Stephen Shapiro, realtor and owner of Westside Estate Agency, said this clears out speculators and most lenders with stakes in the property, leaving Citibank as the sole owner.
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Last updated April 08 2010: 2:59 PM ET
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