Bank forecloses on NFL Hall of Famer for property he doesn’t own
Legendary for his elusiveness on the gridiron, Hall of Fame tailback Marshall Faulk can’t seem to escape foreclosure notices in Broward County — even on properties he doesn’t own.
Gossip Extra reported that PNC Bank filed a notice of foreclosure against Marshall Faulk for his 1,000-square-foot condominium in the Hillsboro Light Towers in Pompano Beach, claiming he stopped paying his mortgage.
But Faulk, now an analyst for the NFL Network had already lost the unit. In 2010, the Hillsboro Light Towers condo association foreclosed on it and eventually took title to it. The unit no longer belongs to the longtime St. Louis Ram.
Gossip Extra noted that Faulk has run in to a whole host of financial difficulties with the condo, at 2639 North Riverside Drive, since buying it for $139,000 in 1999. The Internal Revenue Services put a $105,885 lien on the unit stemming from unpaid taxes last year. [Gossip Extra via Broward-Palm Beach New Times]