Bank forecloses on home of O.J. Simpson
Although he may have traded living in his luxurious home for a prison, the bank has foreclosed on O.J. Simpson’s South Florida mansion, The New York Post reports. The home will be up for auction on Oct. 29. The Post has more:
A Miami-Dade County judge last week agreed with JPMorgan Chase (JPM), ruling that $660,982 in principal on the disgraced grid great’s mortgage hadn’t been paid in more than three years and that four years of taxes were also owed.
The Heisman Trophy winner had bought the four-bedroom pad in 2000.