Mel Gibson has slashed the price of his Tudor-style mansion in Greenwich, Conn., by $10 million in a desperate bid to unload the home while his divorce from his wife of 30 years proceeds. The home, which was originally listed at $38 million two years ago, was slashed to $35 million in September, and it is now available for the bargain basement price of $29.75 million. The mansion, known as Old Mill Farm, was built in 1929 by architect Charles Lewis Bowman in 1926 for a horse enthusiast. (Photo: WENN)

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