Actually, the elegant NY property has another claim to fame: It was the home of Peter Bacanovic, the Merrill Lynch broker who spent five months in prison as part of the Martha Stewart insider trading scandal. The property has been bought by Cyprus-based Costalea Holdings Limited (whatever that is) for $5.97 million, a bit over the $5.85 million asking price, reports the NY Observer. Baconovic bought the place in 2000 for $1.8 million. By the way, the film's interior scenes were shot in a Hollywood sound stage. Still....
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