Hips, Shakira sings, don’t lie.
The local real estate listings, however, do — at least about her Miami Beach house.
While the singer’s waterfront place at 3140 North Bay Road was taken off the market months ago, a Realtor who works the area says she’s been quietly sending potential buyers to Shakira’s property.
“Good real estate agents know the properties that are not in plain sight,” says Douglas Elliman agent Robin Kluge. “I sent a client two weeks ago.”
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“It’s $13 million,” Kluge says. “And with the market being on fire right now, I wouldn’t be shocked if it got that much.”
The feng shui-style minimalist mansion, which boasts six bedrooms and a large dock, was first listed in mid-2013 for $14.9 million.
Shakira, 37, a former judge on The Voice, reduced the asking price to $12.9 million in January.
But she eventually de-listed it in March, shortly after we revealed that Shakira’s Realtor, Tony Yunez, had ties with the Colombian drug cartels.
Another week, another story of personal destruction from Creed frontman Scott Stapp.
The co-founder of the Florida-based rock band has filed a criminal complaint against his wife, according to police records.
Boca Raton resident Stapp, 41, who’s in the midst of a nasty divorce from former beauty queen Jaclyn, walked into the Boca Raton PD headquarters on Thanksgiving and swore out the complaint.
Details are not available since a detective is still investigating, but a law enforcement source confirmed Stapp is accusing his wife and mother of his three children of stealing his money.
The source said he claimed she withdrew “a few thousand” dollars from his Wells Fargo account.
No comment from the wife’s lawyer.
Stapp actually had a friend videotape him filing the fraud charge and posted it on Facebook.
In her divorce petition, Jaclyn claimed Stapp had been on drug and booze bender that, according to the divorce file, she feared would cause his suicide.
Miami Dolphins legend Kim Bokamper is retiring from his sportscaster’s gig, the 60-year-old told us.
Bokamper, who led a feared Fins defense known as The Killer Bs in the early 1980s, says he realized over the past few months that he’s been working way too much.
In addition to anchoring sports on CBS 4 for 14 years, he’s been running Bokamper’s Sports Bar & Grill, which has grown into five eateries.
“I don’t remember the last time I had consecutive days off on a weekend,” Bokamper said. “I just want to enjoy life.”
The former linebacker says his last day at WFOR is Jan. 31. He’s leaving with one year left on his contract.
Miami model Andressa Urach remained in the ICU of a Brazilian hospital Friday as she continued her recovery from what she says was a botched cosmetic procedure in her native Brazil, according to her Twitter feed.
Ever since she was runner up of the Miss BumBum pageant in 2012 — yes, it is a best-butt contest — Urach has been a favorite with South Beach paparazzi.
She was alleged to have had an affair with soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo this summer, but she developed the life-threatening infection after trying to make her thighs look more perfect.