All that crime and punishment has given Judge Judy (Judith Susan "Judy" Sheindlin) a life of luxury.
The Judge Judy host has accumulated wealth beyond comprehension over the years, thanks to her hit syndicated TV show and her new show Hot Bench, which started in 2014. Sheindlin essentially has the monopoly on court TV, and it has given her a fabulous life.
Sheindlin, who has been married three times (her current husband, Jerry Sheindlin, served as a New York State Supreme Court judge), has accumulated quite the real estate portfolio. She owns at least five lux properties across the U.S., two in Naples, Florida; one in Greenwich, Connecticut; one in Manhattan and one in Los Angeles.
Here is her real estate portfolio breakdown (and this is just the surface of her expensive and A-list life!):
1. Naples: $11 million penthouse that features four bedrooms and an enclosed lagoon.
2. Naples: $8.6 million extended family friendly mansion less than a mile from the aforementioned penthouse.
3. Greenwich: $13.2 million manor that serves as her primary residence. It has nine bedrooms and sits on 12.5 acres.
4. Beverly Hills: When Sheindlin finds herself in Los Angeles, she says at her $10.7 million five-bedroom condo at The Montage. Not too shabby.
4. New York: When she needs a little city living, Sheindlin travels to her $8.5 million, four-bedroom duplex the Upper East Side's Sutton Place neighborhood.
The Hot Bench star flies to Los Angeles once or twice a month to film her signature Judge Judy, but she doesn't fly commercial. The honorable travels on her private jet to her Beverly Hills condo and then returns to the East Coast three days later. She also used to own a 152-foot-long yacht named Triumphant Lady, but she sold the $6.9 million vessel.
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But Sheindlin's properties and amenities aren't the only reasons her life is so fabulous. The famous legal eagle also has notable celebrity friends, including Bette Midler. She was also close with the late Brady Bunch star Florence Henderson and the late Fashion Police host Joan Rivers.
She really is the boss, applesauce.