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Shaq Sold His House to Naomi Campbell's Billionaire Boyfriend?

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South Beach Condo Blog, which earlier reported Shaquille O'Neal's Star Island manse went for a deeply discounted $19 million, is now reporting the buyer is none other than Vladislav Doronin. Roughly translated from Russian, "Vladislav Doronin" means "Naomi Campbell's boyfriend." 


Doronin, a billionaire who made his fortune in real estate, has earned a reputation as being something like Russia's Donald Trump -- except with better hair, better looks, and a bit more taste. He has reportedly been dating the infamous supermodel for a little more than a year.

His new Miami mansion may be nice, but it's nothing compared to the home he's reportedly building in Moscow. That thing is insane

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