Deuce McAllister's home to be sold at sheriff's auction
A home belonging to former New Orleans Saints running back Deuce McAllister, an extremely popular player in the franchise’s history, will be auctioned off by the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office before the end of the month.
The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports that a July 27 auction date has been scheduled, but that originally the home was to go on the block last month. An agreement between attorneys could potentially prevent the sale of the seized home.
Per the report, McAllister owes $1.8 million on the home – but more than half of that is interest and penalties stemming from two years of unpaid bills. The dispute McAllister has with the lending agency, Whitney National Bank, began when his Nissan dealership in Mississippi filed for bankruptcy.
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