Hillsong Church founders Brian Houston and his wife, Bobbie are selling their clothes, furniture and other home goods online after selling their $4.5 million home. Brian told Nine newspapers they were selling to reduce debts and simplify their lives. Bobbie had directed her social media followers to ClosetBabyCloset where an array of couches, boots, jackets, bags, cushions and designer shirts are on display.
"ITS NO SECRET THAT WE'VE SOLD OUR HOME. We have gifted & donated things our entire lives, and will continue to do so - a good friend will help get some of these items to college students & local charity drop offs - but right now we are selling in order to move things properly and efficiently," Bobbie Houston said in her announcement of the sale.
The sale also offers a glimpse at the extravagant lifetyle the Houstons have had been living. Bobbie put several of her husband's up for sale online as "pre-loved" clothing including this Ermenegildo Zegna suit, which she claimed was worth up to $7,000 new. Bobbie is also selling 'a bundle' of her husband's dress shirts, including Boss, Armani and Ermenegildo Zegna brands, for $1,100. A Terri Cutten Long Blazer in White which retails for $799 is now selling for $399. While a Sass & Bide Silk Blazer which retails for $690 is selling for $300.
"We have gifted and donated things our entire lives and will continue to do so ... but right now we are selling in order to move things properly and efficiently,' Bobbie wrote on online.