Chad Johnson Cuts Price On Florida Manse By $150,000
Ex-NFL star Chad Johnson is so desperate to unload his Florida mansion that he slashed $150,000 from the asking price just weeks after listing the pad – as he battles another foreclosure lawsuit over a separate Miami property.
The former Miami Dolphins wide receiver listed his Florida mansion for $2 million dollars – the same home where he was arrested for domestic violence against his then-wife, Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada – in a secret real estate listing that doesn’t disclose the address back in mid-July.
The 6,824 sq. ft., six-bedroom, seven-bathroom mansion, located in Davie, FL is in a exclusive gated community and features a theater room, home office, waterfalls, built in aquariums in family room and master suite, basketball court and a gazebo with a fire pit.
Johnson purchased the home back in 2005 for $1,365,714 – which would be a nice profit if he gets the asking price.
But on August 26th, just a month after he put his pad on the market, he slashed the asking price by $150,000 to $1,850,000.
The discounted price may be a result of money problems for the ex-NFL star. Johnson barely saved his mansion from foreclosure earlier this year, and his homeowners association sued him over a separate Miami property.
The former NFL star was famously arrested on charges of domestic violence following him head butting his then-wife Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada which resulted in him being dropped shortly after from the Miami Dolphins following him being released from jail.
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