Originally written on The Juicy Online  |  Last updated 10/17/14
Former NBA star Allen Iverson isn't taking any responsibility in the foreclosure of his Atlanta mansion, as the baller is blaming his estranged wife for the FACT that the Atlanta home is being foreclosed on.According to TMZ, the $4.5 million mansion was scheduled to go up for auction on December 4th after he allegedly defaulted on  a $1.2 million mortgage.However, before the sale of the home could take place, Iverson filed a lawsuit against the lender, who is trying to take the home, as he's claiming that he was never apart of the signing of the mortgage agreement. Iverson says that his estranged wife, who he is going through a nasty divorce, signed the mortgage agreement  in order to screw him.... by agreeing to the financial terms of the mortgage agreement which he couldn't meet.Thanks to the lawsuit, the foreclosure proceedings have been put on hold, which gives Iverson some time to keep his home.This is what happens when you make millions ON TOP OF MILLIONS of dollars for years only to spend it like crazy only to have nothing at the end.
PLAYERS: Allen Iverson
1 Comment:
  • "I mean listen, we're talking about a mortgage man, we're not talking about the game, we're talking about a mortgage, we're talking about a mortgage. I know its important, I honestly do, but we're talking about a mortgage."

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