One Time Baller And Ex Accused Of Owing $24,000 To Homeowners Assoc.
A Georgia homeowner’s association has slapped ex-NBA star Allen Iverson with a $24,000 lien for refusing to pay a massive bill on his mansion – and to make matters worse his ex-wife has been dragged into the battle.
The South Homeowners Association hit Allen and his ex Tawanna with the lien Sept. 24, which states the former husband and wife never paid assessment fees and other charges related to their seven bedroom, seven bathroom, 5,985 sq. ft. mansion in Alpharetta, Ga. The couple originally purchased the home back in 2006 for $2.1 million.
The homeowners association said the Iversons’ owe them a total of $24,369.28 in unpaid bills, along with collection and attorney fees. The lien had yet to be paid off by the NBA star and was still active as of Thursday.
Allen and his ex-wife were involved in an extremely nasty divorce, with the two battling over millions, custody and child support, along with accusations of kidnapping, hiding assets and substance abuse problems. The two have reportedly put all their issues in the past and are currently friends, with Iverson even thanking her at his 76er’s jersey retirement ceremony.