Imprisoned OJ Simpson loses home in auction

By Drum Digital
05 June 2014

O.J Simpson has lost his South Florida home at a foreclosure auction, reports

Simpson won’t have a place to stay in South Florida when he is finally released sometime after 2015.

According to the gossip site the disgraced former football star— who has been locked away since his 2008 conviction for robbery and kidnapping charges— originally saw his 4-bedroom Miami home hit the auction block in 2013 when he owed more than $790,000 in principal and unpaid property.

But when the buyer failed to pay $655,000, the home returned to auction.

According to court documents, J.P. Morgan Chase Bank signed over possession of the home to Florida limited liability company Global Rental E & P on May 14.

Simpson was infamously acquitted in the 1994 murder of his former wife, Nicole Brown, and her friend, Ronald Goldman.



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