O.J. Simpson’s Miami home to be sold after foreclosure

The home of incarcerated ex-football star O.J. Simpson will be sold soon after a foreclosure proceeding, a report on August 27 stated.

The 4,233 square-foot of Simpson in South Florida will be auctioned online on October 29 after it underwent foreclosure proceedings for almost two years. JP Morgan Chase Bank was given a final order by a judge in Miami-Dade Circuit Court. The property of convicted former NFL star owe principal and interest worth more than $796,000, and unsettled property taxes worth about $42,000.

The former football star was imprisoned for armed robbery and kidnapping charges in 2008.

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