Roger Stone’s home in Florida where the FBI raided and arrested him, is now up for rent according to CBS Miami.
Trump’s longtime associate and campaign advisor will be moving out of his home in Fort Lauderdale to save money for his legal defense. According to an email sent by his wife, Stone will be moving to a smaller apartment not too far away from his home.
A CBS reporter from Miami took a photo of the “for rent” sign outside of the home on Tuesday.
Roger Stone has been appealing for donations to fund his legal defense after he was arrested by the FBI earlier this month for obstruction of justice and a number of other charges.
Stone got himself in more problems on the weekend when he posted a photo of Judge Amy Jackson Berman with crosshairs on his Instagram page.
The photo was deleted but Judge Jackson has ordered Stone to appear in court on Thursday to explain why she shouldn’t revoke the conditions of his release pending trial.
According to Florida Bulldog the two-story, four-bedroom home in Fort Lauderdale that Stone and his wife Nydia occupied, is owned by Mark A. Papp of Gainsville, GA.
An expired online advertisement listed the monthy rent was $7,800