Man who sold home to ex-girlfriend to buy car says he won’t sell

A man who sold a home to his ex-partner for $6.4 million says he plans to keep the property for her.

Mark Belsky says he planned to sell the home in North Carolina to buy a car.

The sale of the property in North Covington, Georgia, to the ex-wife of his ex has raised concerns in some communities.

Belsky told WSB-TV that he plans on keeping the home for his ex because he is planning to move out soon.

“The goal is to get rid of it as soon as possible,” Belski said.

He told WKMG-TV he wants to keep his property to support his family.

“I don’t want to be a burden on anybody.

It’s a nice house,” Blesky said.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has been investigating Belsker.

The FBI is working with the Georgia Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles to determine if there was a violation of the Georgia Vehicle Code.

If there is a violation, the driver is subject to an immediate license suspension, Belsk said.

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