In the ongoing drama that is Sex.com another major twist in the story has occurred. Sex.com has now been listed at Maltz Autctions as an asset to be sold at a foreclosure auction. Elliot Silver scooped the legal documents listing the domain name, the loan agents, as well as the investors involved.
The domain name was sold in January 2006 for a rumored $14 million to a group of previously private investors. It was rumored at the time that Internet RealEstate and former BuyDomains owner Michael Mann were involved. The rumors obviously can be confirmed by this filing.
Sex.com is already a popular domain by nature of the subject matter. The 2006 sale gave it the highest domain sale bragging rights. It’s the one domain that has been the focus of two books, one by Kieren McCarthy and one by lawyer Charles Carreon. It’s been stolen and returned and then sold and now it’s gone in to foreclosure. If it’s popular subject matter didn’t make this name interesting, surely the history and ongoing story behind Sex.com makes it one of the most popular domain names ever.
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