Riverdale star Lili Reinhart buys massive $2.7m Spanish-inspired estate featuring wine room and stunning LA views
RIVERDALE star Lili Reinhart has bought a massive $2.7million Spanish-inspired estate featuring a stunning wine room and amazing LA views.
The 23-year-old actress, who is best known for playing Betty Cooper on the CW show, dropped a cool $2,715,000 for a five-bedroom, five-bathroom house in the San Fernando Valley.
Lili’s new home is 4,170-square-foot and is Spanish-inspired that offers picturesque views.
There’s also a private, temperature-controlled, 1,300-plus bottle wine room andplus Lili can kick back in either a spa-quality clawfoot tub or in the sprawling grassy area where she can jump in the pool or spa.
The Riverdale star recently came out as a “proud bisexual woman” on social media.
The 23-year-old actress shared the personal note with fans on the third day of Pride Month and a few weeks after splitting from costar Cole Sprouse.
Lili opened up in her Instagram Stories, writing: “Although I’ve never announced it publicly before, I am a proud bisexual woman.
“And I will be joining this protest today. Come join.”
The Riverdale actress revealed she plans to participate in the LGBTQ+ for Black Lives Matter Protest taking place on Wednesday in West Hollywood, California.
Lili most recently dated her CW costar Cole, but the two split last month after a few years together.
Aside from the protest she’ll be joining on on today, the actress has been vocal on social media over the last few days, since George Floyd’s death last week, about racism, inequality and police brutality.
On Sunday, she tweeted how “ashamed” she is about the racial injustice that exists in America.
Lili continued: “I can’t begin to imagine the horror of worrying that you won’t be protected by your ‘leaders’ because of the color of your skin.
“I know that white privilege exists and I could never fully understand what it’s like to be oppressed because of my race.
“I don’t have all the right words, but I stand by you. #BlackLivesMatter.”
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