Inside the $6M mansion BLM reportedly bought with donated funds

The sprawling $6 million mansion bought by Black Lives Matter in Los Angeles once hosted Humphrey Bogart and Marilyn Monroe as house guests — and comes complete with a sound stage, music studio, pool and a two-bedroom guest house.

The 7,400-square-foot Studio City compound is a 1930s “farm house” that also boasts seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms, according to the real estate listing.

The stunning mansion was secretly bought by a shell company in Oct. 2020 connected to the embattled Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation.

BLM says the property was acquired in the “furtherance of BLM’s mission,” as well as for other uses, BLMGNF board member Shalomyah Bowers told The Post.

Black Lives Matter used part of its $90 million donation windfall to purchase the property as a “campus” for the organization, New York Magazine reported.

Property records reviewed by The Post on Tuesday show the home was sold for $3.1 million to Dyane Pascall, a Los Angeles-based real estate developer who works in the nonprofit sector, in a deal that closed Oct. 27, 2020.

Three days after the purchase, however, records show that the property was transferred to a Delaware limited liability company — named after the home’s address and representing BLMGNF — for $5.8 million.

No transfer tax was recorded because the LLC was representing the nonprofit, which is tax-exempt. The LLC is registered under a law firm which set up the complex web of BLMNGF’s related entities in 2016.

The National Legal and Policy Center, a government watchdog, blasted the purchase of a luxury mansion by the nonprofit, and its lack of transparency.

The home is intended to serve as “housing and studio space” for recipients of the Black Joy Creators Fellowship, BLMGNF board member Shalomyah Bowers said.

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