Elizabeth Holmes Moves Out of San Francisco Apartment Where Inside Edition Tracked Her Down

Elizabeth Holmes' San Francisco apartment could be yours for the low, low price of $5,395 a month in rent. 

Elizabeth Holmes' former San Francisco apartment could be yours for the low, low price of $5,395 a month in rent. 

Holmes, who shared the apartment at Lombard Place Apartments with her fiance, Billy Evans, reportedly moved out of the two-bedroom, two-bathroom residence shortly after Inside Edition tracked her down there. 

The listing promotes "beauty, grace and views that kill!"

"Your home is the backdrop of your life, and the Lombard Place Apartments set the scene for beautiful Russian Hill living," the listing reads. "Sun soaked, light, bright, and airy, they feature top-of-the-world views and expansive interiors.

"Perks include beautiful hardwood floors, top-notch finishes in the kitchen and bath, and built-in storage throughout."

Disgraced Theranos founder Holmes fell hard when her company was shuttered last year and federal authorities accused her of "massive fraud." She’s pleaded not guilty and is currently awaiting trial. If convicted, she could be facing up to 20 years in prison.

But you wouldn't have known it by how she was living when Inside Edition found her, spending her days gallivanting around the San Francisco Bay Area with Evans and her husky, Balto, whom Holmes infamously claimed was not a dog but a wolf, according to Vanity Fair.

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She didn't answer when Inside Edition's Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero asked about the recent HBO documentary about her, "The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley."

"Hi Elizabeth. I'm Lisa Guerrero with Inside Edition. We'd like to know if you had an opportunity to watch the documentary about you?" Guerrero asked. 

But Holmes just kept walking, enjoying the warm and sunny day at a local park. 

CNBC knocked on the door of one of Holmes' former neighbors, who said they couldn't comment. 

“I’m sure you understand why,” the neighbor said, according to CNBC.

Holmes reached a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission in March 2018 and agreed to pay a fine of $500,000, among other penalties. Two months later, Holmes was charged with multiple counts of fraud for misleading investors, government officials and consumers about Theranos' technology. 

She denies any wrongdoing. Her trial is scheduled to start in July.