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Johnny Depp’s Kentucky horse farm remains on the market after it failed to sell at auction on Friday with bids for the property coming in well below the $2.9 million asking price.
The farm in Fayette County received a top bid of $1.4 million from radio personality Rick Dees of the Weekly Top 40, the Lexington Herald Leader reported.
Depp business manager Edward White told the newspaper after the auction ended that there were other interested parties in the property.
“It’s not over yet,” White told the newspaper.
Depp’s property includes a 6,000-square-foot house with seven bedrooms, a four-car garage, a guesthouse and three barns, according to the Associated Press.
The Pirates of the Caribbean star has sold multiple properties to help alleviate his strained finances.
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