Found March 05, 2012 on The Juicy Online:
PLAYERS: Marshall Faulk
TEAMS: St. Louis Rams
NFL Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk is weeks away from losing his beachfront apartment in Florida, as a Florida bank is claiming that the former St. Louis Rams running back hasn't been paying the bills on the apartment.

Now the bank is ready to foreclose on the property.

According to TMZ, PNC Bank filed a foreclosure lawsuit against Faulk in Broward County, Florida in late February. The lawsuit claims that Faulk defaulted on a $112,300 loan for the Pompano Beach apartment in September 2011.

Ever since then, Faulk hasn't made payment.

Also in the lawsuit, PNC made repeated attempts to get their money -- as they failed to do so -- so now the bank is going after Faulk's home in court.

It's being said that Faulk has a few weeks to respond to the lawsuit. If Faulk doesn't respond to the lawsuit, then the court will rule in favor of the bank -- giving the bank the ownership of the apartment.

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