O.J. Simpson loses Florida home to foreclosure

sad-oj-simpson-getty.jpg O.J. Simpson may have gotten away with a few things in his life, but he's not getting off scot-free on his mortgage. The notorious one-time football star is in danger of losing his Florida home to foreclosure while he's serving time in a Nevada jail.

The Contra Costa Times reports that JP Morgan filed a motion to foreclose on the house in September. The 4,233-square-foot home, which Simpson purchased in 2000 for $575,000, is currently worth just under $478,500.

He lived there with his two children while they attended school, until he was taken into custody in 2008 in Florida. Simpson has been sentenced to 33 years in prison and will be up for parole after 9 years, in 2017.

His attorney has filed a motion to dismiss the foreclosure.
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