*Lorraine Toussaint has sold an empty six-acre plot where her mansion once stood before it burned down in the California wildfires.
Toussaint sold the six-acre plot in Malibu for $600,000, Daily Mail reports. She lost the home in the 2018 Woolsey fire, which burned nearly 97,000 acres and hundreds of structures.
Toussaint tweeted at the time: “We lost our beloved home 2 nights ago…. Thanks to all for your prayers and support.”
Via LA Times:
The six-acre lot takes in coastline, ocean and mountain views. Intact amenities include a swimming pool, the septic system, a graded building site, electric service, well water and paved access. Gone is the 3,435-square-foot Mediterranean-style house.
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News of the sale comes after Toussaint filed for divorce from her husband Robert Michael Tomlinson after nearly two years of marriage in June.
Tomlinson bought the mansion for $1.875million in 2016, a year before he married Toussaint, according to the LA Times.
In her divorce, Toussaint requested spousal support and doesn’t want the court to award any support to him.
It has been written for years that she was married to “Micah Zane,” which is not true.
During an April interview on “Live with Kelly and Ryan,” she joked about having two husbands. “I have a real husband and an Internet husband. My Internet husband is Micah Zane. I’ve been married to Micah Zane for many, many years now. When I take Micah Zane off the Internet, he comes back on. My real husband is Michael Tomlinson.”
When asked why people think Zane is her husband, she explained, “Because everyone writes that. It’s on the Internet that I’m married to Micah Zane… I actually call my real husband Micah Zane sometimes.”
Toussaint’s breakout role as Vee on the second season of “Orange Is the New Black” earned her a SAG Award. She has also had roles on such shows as “Any Day Now,” “Law & Order” and “Saving Grace, and more current series “She-Ra and the Princesses of Power,” “The Village” and “Into the Badlands.”