1156 Shadow Hill Way, Beverly Hills, California, 90210
1156 Shadow Hill Way, Beverly Hills, California, 90210 is notable as the largest private residence in Beverly Hills, 90210. It is also notable both for its associations with celebrity international organized crime figures, and its frequent use on television and in Hollywood movies to portray an image of vast wealth for its fictitious characters. Securities and Exchange Commission filings show that it housed the International Monetary Reserve (IMR), described by the Italian press as "one of the most diabolical schemes in recent memory", and having executives and directors including fraudsters appearing in major international news stories including Pearlasia Gamboa and David Korem. It was used as the fictitious residence of a wealthy film producer in the 90210 television series.
- “District Anti-Mafia Directorate in Rome... a matter of fraud of enormous proportions… victims of the scam… Tzemach Ben David Korem ... Elvira (Pearlasia) Gamboa, well-known international crooks, with great displays of wealth… International Monetary Reserve..., Cronaca. Operazione Mulciber, una colossale truffa internazionale sgominata dai carabinieri,RAI News 24, 
- ”1156 Shadow Hill Way (“at that time the largest private residence in Beverly Hills)” 1156 Shadow Hill Way, Beverly Hills, John Bruce Nelson Real Estate, 
- ”This is Navid Shirazi's house, which can be seen in the season one episode "The Games People Play", when Adrianna goes over to his house for dinner”, Locations Info, 90210 Locations, 
- First Canadian American Holding Corp • 8-K • For 1/7/02
- “A trap of luxury for the victims of one of the most diabolical international scams ever devised in recent years”, “Dominion of Melchizedek” Ghost State, (”una trappola di lusso per le vittime di una delle piu diaboliche truffe internazionali mai escogitate negli ultimo anni”, 'Dominio di Melchizedek' Stato Fantasma Sull), La Repubblica, Massimo Lugli, March 15, 2002 (15 maggio 2002), page 5 (pagina 5), Section:Rome, (sezione: ROMA), 
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