The Los Angeles mansion of the late DJ/producer/Subliminal Records boss Erick Morillo has hit the market. The asking price for the four-bedroom, six-bathroom 4,543 sq. ft. abode in the Hollywood Hills is $7.999 million. (See the full listing here.)
The open-plan house at 7000 Macapa Dr. features a wealth of amenities, including a state-of-the-art recording studio, chef’s kitchen, infinity pool and view of the Hollywood sign.
Morillo, who died of acute ketamine toxicity in Miami on September 1, 2020, purchased the home designed by architect Harry Gesner in 2014 for $7.6 million.
The listing agent hired by Morillo’s family is Jason Oppenheim, of Oppenheim Group, who stars in Selling Sunset on Netflix
Before his death, Morillo was arrested and charged with sexual battery in August for an offense on a fellow DJ that allegedly took place at his home in Miami Beach in December 2019.
The female victim “reported waking up nude on the bed, with Mr. Morillo standing on the side of the bed also nude,” according to the arrest report.