Michael Jordan refused to be filmed in his actual home for ‘The Last Dance’ documentary

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It’s not Mj’s house

Fans who thought they were catching brief glimpses of Michael Jordan’s home during his interviews for “The Last Dance” were sorely mistaken.

Turns out, Jordan gave interviews for the ESPN documentary in places other than his. So the luxurious, all-white backdrop with accompanying ocean view — none of it is Jordan’s, according to a story by Insider. In fact, the NBA great refused to let “The Last Dance” film crew interview him at all inside his own house.

The reality is, that’s not his house. In fact, Jordan was interviewed in threehouses for the show, and none of them were his.

Jordan’s real home in Jupiter is located in The Bear’s Club golf course resort, a gated community that features a course created by golfing legend Jack Nicklaus. Jordan’s 3-acre, 28,000-square-foot-mansion is made up of 18 structures, has 11 bedrooms, a two-story guardhouse, and one wing of the house is a dedicated workout facility complete with a basketball court.

 

“He just didn’t want people to see all that,” Hehir said. “I respected that so I never pushed back.”

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