Bravo's 'Million Dollar Listing' Star Josh Flagg Arrested for Stealing High Art
Million Dollar Listing star Josh Flagg has been arrested for allegedly ripping off pricey art from some of the estates he manages, TMZ.com has reported.
With Million Dollar Listing’s second season premiere slated for Aug. 5, Flagg is out of jail on $100,000 bail after he was arrested for stealing high art by the likes of masters Marc Chagall and Pablo Picasso. A wildly successful estate broker, Flagg’s accused of stealing the very art hired to sell, according to TMZ.com.
A Beverly Hills High School graduate in 2004, Flagg eschewed the family business of developing shopping centers and became a rising star in real estate, landing record breaking sales.
Famous for his over-the-top style with his clients, like flying them over the for sale property in a helicopter for an aerial view and tying a massive bow around a property, Flagg landed a spot on the Bravo reality series.
Million Dollar Listing charts Flagg’s, and fellow upstart realtors, Madison Hildebrand’s and Chad Rogers’ success over a nine month period in selling multi-million dollar properties in posh areas of Hollywood, Malibu and Beverly Hills.