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Sylvester Stallone permanently leaves California: ‘It’s a done deal’

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Sylvester Stallone announced that he is permanently leaving California and moving to Florida. In his reality show, Stallone told his daughters that he and his wife Jennifer Flavin had sold their California home and already purchased a new place in Florida.

Florida’s governor Ron DeSantis and his wife Casey welcomed Stallone to the state on social media.

“After long, hard consideration, your mother and I have decided, time to move on and leave the state of California permanently, and we’re going to go to Florida,” Sylvester said.

“We’re gonna sell this house. We already have the place, it’s a done deal.”

Stallone had previously bought a $35 million home in Palm Beach in 2021.

“Welcome to the Free State of Florida!” Casey DeSantis wrote.

“In addition to respecting and protecting your God-given, constitutional right to be free, you can also buy toothpaste without having an armed guard in CVS unlock it for you,” she added.

Flavin said in an interview that she was happy with the move and needed a change after living in California for so long, where two of their daughters were born, but were now living on the east coast.

“It’s an incredible move, I have to say I’m really happy with our move and our change,” Stallone’s wife Jennifer Flavin stated.

“I was born and raised there, two of our kids were born there, but now everyone’s out, our daughters moved to the East Coast … so there wasn’t really anything left for me in California,” she said. “A few of our best friends also moved, so I think it’s [a] good change, just making new friends, living a totally different lifestyle, I love it, I’m really happy.”

Both Stallone and Flavin said the move was for a change and fresh start rather than concerns about crime rates.

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