Zsa Zsa Gabor's house has been saved from foreclosure by Facebook.
The 95-year-old actress — who has suffered a string of health problems over the last two years — and her spouse Prince Frederic von Anhalt recently put their Bel Air mansion on the market for $14.9-million as the sprawling property was too large for them to manage.
However, the couple defaulted on its $700 000 mortgage and the home faced foreclosure unless the payments were brought up to date.
According to TMZ.com, Prince Frederic took to Facebook to speak about his dire financial situation and ask his fans for help.
One fan stepped up and helped him secure a $1.5-million personal loan, which he used to pay off the mortgage.
However, he only has a year to pay off the loan and the loan is secured by the house.
The property — which nine-times wed Zsa Zsa bought in 1970 — includes seven bedrooms and a swimming pool on more than an acre of land.
It was previously put up for sale last summer at $15-million, with the price reduced to $12.9-million in September before it was pulled from sale and the listing agent thinks it was initially priced too low.
Among the rooms in the house — where Zsa Zsa has hosted Britain's Queen Elizabeth and US Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush among others — is an office filled with the actress' awards and movie posters.
Zsa Zsa has claimed that Elvis Presley and Howard Hughes both previously lived at the property, but their occupancy could not be verified.