Bank to sell O.J. Simpson home in foreclosure auction

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More than two years after a foreclosure notice was filed against the home of notorious former footballer O.J. Simpson, a Miami-Dade judge has ordered the Kendall, Fla., property seized by the bank.

Simpson bought the home in 2000 for $575,000, and was imprisoned for kidnapping and robbery in 2008. He stopped paying the mortgage in 2010 and now owes the bank nearly $900,000. The bank plans to sell the home at auction on Oct. 29.

Source: The Real Deal via Gossip Extra