Inside Mike Tyson’s Abandoned Mansion
Back in the 1990s, the legendary boxer lived in this house like a king … a zebra-print-carpet-loving, cash-hemorrhaging, mentally ill king.
By Ky Henderson
Hey, look— an unbelievably garish mansion formerly owned by Mike Tyson that now appears to be the homebase for armies of raging meth addicts. Good ol’ Las Vegas!
Actually, it’s not in Las Vegas. This monument to insanity and bad taste is located in Southington, Ohio. Tyson lived there for a period of time in the 1990s — further evidence of the depths of his madness.
Speaking of madness, check out this gold ceiling. “You know what I’d like? For my living room to make me feel as though I’m in a disco. In 1985. In Tel Aviv.”
Who knows what he kept in this rusty steel cage. His Bengal tigers? His pet pigeons? His sparring partners?