Wide-Eyed Tales from Kimora and Russell Simmons' Epic Yard SaleS

The lavish New Jersey mansion once home to Kimora Lee Simmons and her ex-husband Russell has been sold. But first they're having a yard sale! It includes Warhol paintings, $20,000 bronzes, fur coats, and a $200,000 bed.

The divorced hip-hop power couple's Saddle River, NJ mansion—which has been featured in MTV Cribs and Kimora Lee: Life in the Fast Lane—was sold last month for $13.9 million. (That was down from the original price of $23.8 million.) This weekend, scavengers are invited to pillage the unbelievably luxe 10-bedroom mansion in the New Jersey yard sale to end all yard sales. Among the loot for sale:

  • Warhols paintings
  • "A bed once owned by slain clothing designer Gianni Versace is selling for $200,000. The pillow is $2,000," according to the AP
  • $100,000 painting by Faith Ringgold
  • Dog carriers by Chanel and Dolce & Gabbana
  • $20,000 brass lions to flank your front door
  • Leopard-print doggie bed
  • Skeleton statue.
  • $7500 Versace chairs.
  • Fur coats, including a pink one.
  • $3 coffee mugs

One seventeen-year-old Kimora fan, who drove in from Pennsylvania, describes the yard sale's appeal:

She was an original—before The [Real] Housewives of New Jersey. There are wonderful things inside. I saw a pink fur. I was told I had to pay cash. I wish I knew that... I'm most likely coming back.

A Big Phat Yard Sale in Jersey [NYPost]
Kimora Lee and Russell Simmons Hold Yard Sale for the Ages [Fox411]
Contents of NJ Estate Featured on 'Cribs' for Sale [AP]
Contents of Russell and Kimora Simmons 'Fab Lane' 'Crib' in Saddle River on Sale [NJRecord]

[Image via Sotheby's]