Eminem Home Fails to Find Buyer

Raunchy rapper Eminem may be riding high on the charts and at the box office, but it looks as if an eBay auction failed to find a buyer for his boyhood home.

The two-story house, on Timken Street in Warren, Mich., initially reached $12 million, but plunged to $75,000 before bidding expired amid a slew of inflated offers by bogus buyers.

"It's a decent home," owner Roland Fraschetti told The Detroit News. "There's nothing wrong with it . . . Someone who buys it can say they have a home that was once attached to Eminem."

Fraschetti and a partner bought the 1,300-square-foot, 62-year-old house last June from Eminem's uncle for $45,000.

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