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Michael Flynn 'plans to sell his Northern Virginia home'

Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn is reportedly planning to put his Northern Virginia home on the market to offset the mounting legal fees associated with special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe. 

President Donald 's former top aide has increasingly been concerned about the 'crippling legal costs' if he continued to contest the charges associated with the high-profile case, a confidant told ABC News.

That same person said that Flynn decided to plead guilty to lying to the FBI about his contact with Russian officials during the presidential transition because in recent weeks he felt abandoned by .

'Flynn is very angry,' the confidant told ABC News Friday. 'He will cooperate truthfully on any question they ask him.'

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Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn (above on Friday) is reportedly planning to put his Northern Virginia home on the market to offset the mounting legal fees associated with special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe

Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn (above on Friday) is reportedly planning to put his Northern Virginia home on the market to offset the mounting legal fees associated with special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe

Flynn, who is one of President Donald Trump's former top aides (above in 2009), has increasingly been concerned about the 'crippling legal costs' if he continued to contest the charges associated with the high-profile case, a confidant told ABC News 

Flynn, who is one of President Donald 's former top aides (above in 2009), has increasingly been concerned about the 'crippling legal costs' if he continued to contest the charges associated with the high-profile case, a confidant told ABC News 

Sources close to Flynn say the decorated military officer plans to sell the 2,118-square-foot home in Alexandria (above center) that he bought in November 2015 for $774,000

Sources close to Flynn say the decorated military officer plans to sell the 2,118-square-foot home in Alexandria (above center) that he bought in November 2015 for $774,000

Sources close to Flynn say the decorated military officer plans to sell the 2,118-square-foot home in Alexandria that he bought in November 2015 for $774,000. 

The house is estimated now to be worth about $811,837, according to real estate agent Redfin. 

The three story home was built in 2005 and sits in the heart of Old Town Alexandria, which is not far from Washington, D.C.

It comes complete with two-and-a-half bathrooms and three spacious bedrooms. 

The house is estimated now to be worth about $811,837, according to real estate agent Redfin. Above the interior of the home is pictured before Flynn purchased it

The house is estimated now to be worth about $811,837, according to real estate agent Redfin. Above the interior of the home is pictured before Flynn purchased it

The cozy three story home was built in 2005 and sits in the heart of Old Town Alexandria. Above the interior of the home is pictured before Flynn purchased it

The cozy three story home was built in 2005 and sits in the heart of Old Town Alexandria. Above the interior of the home is pictured before Flynn purchased it

It comes complete with granite counter-tops and hard wood floors throughout the main level of the residence

It comes complete with granite counter-tops and hard wood floors throughout the main level of the residence

The house has not hit the market yet officially. Flynn still has a residence in Rhode Island. 

On Friday it was also revealed that for weeks, reportedly feared that Flynn

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