AHHHHHHHHHHHH TOO SCARY.
The Hancock Park home used in American Horror Story can be yours for $4.5 million.
Writes AOL Real Estate: “
The six-bedroom, five-bathroom property was designed by celebrated architect Alfred Rosenheim (designer of iconic Los Angeles monuments such as the Hellman Building, the Hamburger Department Store, and the Eugene W. Britt House) and has hit the market for $4.5 million…Details such as stained-glass windows, silver and gold leaf hand-painted ceilings, Tiffany stained glass windows, rich wood paneling and six stunning vintage fireplaces make it not-your-average L.A. mansion. So unique, in fact, that it’s been declared a Los Angeles Cultural Monument.”
Leila Lambert tells how her son’s coming out affected her family, why it’s important to be active for equality, offers advice for parents of other gay children, and reveals what she thinks of Adam’s new album.
Adam Lambert says that he had it relatively good. When he and his mother Leila Lambert were accepting awards from PFLAG this year, Adam told the audience that coming out was made much easier because his parents were so supportive of him. In fact, Adam and Leila joke that one of her first reactions was “great — more shopping!”
SHE IS WAY COOL. AND HOT. I WAS ALSO LUCKY TO HAVE AN INCREDIBLY SUPPORTIVE AND NORMAL MOTHER. WELL NORMAL AS IN HEALTHY AND HAD MANY GAY FRIENDS. SO MADE GROWING UP LOTS EASIER.