Celebrity Divorces are Never Easy on the children of Billionaire’s Beach.

Dec. 20, 2006 – Jon currently rents two homes to the tune of $95,000 a month, (combined) in the
popular celebrity retreat known as “Billionaire’s Beach” aka Malibu
Colony.

How could the Superman producer Jon Peters spend close to $95,000 a month on his beach homes, not pay child support, and try to evict his minor children from their home of 14 years? Where will the children live if forced out of their home, and what kind of sociological effect will this have on his 2 daughters?

Jon’s neighbors in Malibu Colony were approached and one resident Chad Rogers, a celebrity realtor for Hilton & Hyland Christie’s Great Estates, who
happens to specialize in Malibu Colony, had this to say: “I would let Jon Peters cut my hair anytime, if it would help me sell a house to him, but I can’t comment about my neighbor’s personal life, because “What happens in the Colony, stays in the Colony.” Mr. Rogers would also not reveal anything about his neighbors rock star parties or any other tid-bits about the Colony’s celebrities who
love their privacy.

Divorce and the court battles are usually hardest on the children. But in the celebrity offspring of Jon Peters, its quite a different story. Jon’s eldest daughter, Caleigh Peters (17), has a contract with Disney’s Hollywood Records and is Extra’s Teen TV correspondent. At this rate, she is on track to buy her own Malibu Colony home, most likely from celebrity realtor Chad Rogers .

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