Edwin Castro, the record-breaking Powerball winner who walked away with a staggering ($US2.04 billion) last year, has continued his spree of lavish spending.
The new billionaire recently purchased a jaw-dropping $73 million mansion in the exclusive Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles.
This acquisition marks the latest in a series of high-end property purchases by the 31-year-old overnight billionaire.
Castro catapulted to fame and fortune after winning the historic California lottery and opting for a lump sum payment, which boosted his bank account by an additional ($US997.6 million) after taxes.
Since then, he has ventured into real estate, making headlines with his extravagant acquisitions.
In just one month, Castro acquired two multimillion-dollar mansions in California: a ($US25.5 million) estate nestled in the Hollywood Hills, followed by a ($US4 million) mansion offering scenic views of the San Gabriel Mountains.
The latest addition to Castro's real estate portfolio is his most opulent yet— (US$47 million) mansion in Bel Air.
This sprawling estate, set on a 4700-square-meter plot, boasts seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, and an array of unparalleled luxuries.
Among its remarkable features are DJ turntables that rise from the ground, a champagne tasting room, a wine cellar, a suspended glass walkway, a theatre, and an infinity pool that overlooks the iconic Los Angeles skyline.
However, financial planners and experts have voiced their concerns about Castro's lavish spending habits, labelling his acquisitions, including a vintage Porsche 911, as "terrible" purchases.