Mariah Carey sent her mom to an elderly home and sold the house

The property with four bedrooms and three bathrooms was sold earlier this month for $757,444. The monthly rent for an elderly home ranges from $5,400 and includes breakfast and dinner, indoor and outdoor pool, transportation, and weekly cleaning.

Mariah Carey sent her mom to an elderly home and sold the house

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Seven months after her brother Morgan (61) and sister Alison (59) sued her for defamation for publishing the memoir ‘The Meaning of Mariah Carey’, singer Mariah Carey (52) sold her mother Patricia Carey’s (84) longtime home in New York for $ 757,444. A year earlier, Mariah had placed her in a luxury nursing home in Florida.

Mariah bought the house in 1994 for $ 419,000 writes the New York Post.

The four-bedroom, three-bathroom property found a buyer in July, just three weeks after it was put up for sale. It was officially sold earlier this month for $ 757,444. The house was empty for a year before it was put up for sale in June.

Last year, Carey moved Patricia to West Palm Beach, Florida to live in a luxury nursing home.

The monthly rent ranges from $5,400, and includes breakfast and dinner, all activities and fitness classes, indoor and outdoor pool, transportation, and weekly cleaning, writes Dirt.

Mariah has a complicated relationship with her family. In a memoir interview with Oprah Winfrey, she said that Patricia, a professional opera singer, was very jealous of her daughter and once told her 'that she can only hope to become a half-good singer like her'.