Evander Holyfield Moves Out of $10 Million Manison: Inside Look
Evander Holyfield has been forced to leave his $10 million mansion due to financial troubles. The former heavyweight champion owes more than $14 million on the home and the estate was recently sold to JP Morgan for $7.5 million. The mansion features 109 rooms on 235 acres in Fayette County, Ga..
Holyfield earned more than $200 million during his prime as a boxer. However, he struggled to rein in his spending once his career slowed down. It cost Holyfield $1 million per year to maintain his home and he owes $500,000 in child support.
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