After buying a $35 million mansion in Palm beach, Sylvester Stallone has paid $200,000 to join Donald’s Trump’s ultra-exclusive Mar-a-Lago club

We did not see this coming! Sylvester Stallone recently coughed up the gigantic $200,000 initiation fee to join former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach. The Rocky actor was also spotted posing with fans outside the Mar-a-Lago Club in Florida earlier.

Confirming the news, a source said, “Sly just became a member of Mar-a-Lago.” However, Stallone has been no stranger to the group. He was invited to the resort for a New Year’s Eve gala in 2016 and has appeared with Trump on several occasions.

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He also bought a 13,241-square-foot Bermuda-style property on the north end of Palm Beach (for $35 million) in December, shortly after moving to the neighborhood last year. The one-and-a-half-acre property boasts seven bedrooms with ten full and two half bathrooms in the two-story main residence and two guesthouses. It also includes 253 feet of the waterfront as well as a sandy beach and open-air cabana.

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The 74-year-old action star’s neighbors include Grammy winners Jon Bon Jovi and Rod Stewart as well as shock jock Howard Stern as well as other Trump family members who have relocated to the Sunshine State.

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Well, for good or not, Stallone just got Trumped!

[Via: The Sun]

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