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The Cerritos home where scenes from the controversial Anti-Islamic film “Innocence of Muslims” were filmed has a “For Sale by Owner Sign” planted on its front lawn.
Los Cerritos Community Newspaper saw the sign in front of the Park Street home of Nakoula Basseley Nakoula late Sunday night at 10 p.m. PST.
A telephone number appears listed on the sign of 394-2424. The number does not have an area code. An internet web site, www.ForSaleByOwner.com is embossed on the sign. A search of that site does not indicate that the home is either listed, or not.
“I noticed the For Sale sign for the first time late Sunday,” one neighbor who did not want to be identified told LCCN.
Four marked Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department patrol units sat around the Park Street cul-de-sac where the house is located on Sunday evening.
Two cars were parked in the driveway of the Nakoula resident, a white colored four door sedan and a dark colored compact car. There appear to be some activity in the house. Lights were turned on inside both the home and the attached two car garage.
Nakoula, the 55-year-old anti-Islamic film maker, and members of his family have not been seen at the Cerritos home since being escorted by Cerritos Sheriff’s Deputies to an “undisclosed location” around a week ago in the dark of night.
Nakoula and his family are not under arrest, and are not currently being charged with any crimes, a spokesperson for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said.
The filmmaker was questioned by federal probation officials at the Cerritos Sheriff Station before being escorted to an undisclosed “safe” location by law enforcement.
Additional information about this situation will be updated on Monday by LCCN.
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