A 1.5 mile stretch of a California beach that has been home to heavy hitters like David Geffen, John Travolta, Courtney Cox, Jeffrey Katzenberg, David Arquette and Joel Silver will once again be open for everyone to enjoy, after a court battle has forced rich homeowner to remove impediments built that block public access to the beach.
Dubbed Billionaire’s Beach, Carbon Beach, home to some of the most affluent and influential residents around will soon be open for everyone to enjoy.
Several impediments that blocked beach-goers from accessing the beach, including large boulders, a fence, a wall and a tennis court will be removed. And one very rich resident, Norman Ackerberg, has agreed to pay $1.1million and construct a pathway across her property to the beach.
“These are rich and powerful people who want to keep the beach private,” one A-list Hollywood agent tells NBNROB. “The state Supreme Court DECLINED to hear the case. This is how much power these celebrities have. But finally they have been told to give back the beach they think they own. These are not people who like being told no.”