Originally posted on Ballertainment  |  Last updated 3/22/13
Ballertainment Robert Swift trashed his foreclosed Washington state home before vacating Robert Swift, as suspected, trashed his foreclosed Washington state home before vacating it under court order. Swift, a former NBA player, lost the home to auction but refused to leave when the new owner was ready to take claim of the property. Swift has finally moved out, but what he left behind is a huge mess, including shell casings, beer cans, dirty clothes, and punched holes in the walls. View more photos of Robert Swift’s trashed home. There is no word of where Swift went when he left, but it seems he needs some financial assistance and counseling. One can only speculate the exact causes of his financial downfall. His former high school coach blames Swift’s parents, accusing them of being greedy and pushing the 7’1″ player towards a professional basketball career right out of high school, and clearly before he was ready. I wonder where mom and pop are now? SF Gate Ballertain a friend... Ballertainment - Sports Entertainment, Gossip, Lifestyle, and News
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