SADDLE RIVER, N.J. (WPIX)—People planning to attend a certain garage sale in New Jersey should make sure they bring along a lot of cash.
One-time couple Russell and Kimora Lee Simmons are selling their house and everything in it. The Saddle River mansion, once featured on MTV's "Cribs" is currently open to the public giving people the opportunity to cash in on all the pricey items.
However, this isn't your typical yard sale. Some of the items up for grabs include a $200,000 designer bed, $20 doggie bed, $12,000 Persian rug, a $20,000 pair of brass lion statues and two couches from the South Beach home of the late Gianni Versace that went for $7,500 each.
People can also have their pick of a $200,000 painting by Faith Ringgold, $20,000 bronze lions, $7,500 red and blue Versace chairs, $5,000 chaise lounge or $3 coffee mugs. The sale began Thursday and comes to an end on Saturday.
Visitors roaming through the home may want to be careful, though. Signs posted throughout the estate warn people, "If you break it, you bought it."
Russell Simmons, co-found of Def Jam records and the Phat Farm Clothing line, and Kimora, creative director of the Baby Phat fashion line, split last year. In July, they sold their sprawling mansion for a whopping $13.9 million.