Report: Allen Iverson Owes $25,000 to Homeowner's Association

Allen Iverson

Report: Allen Iverson Owes $25,000 to Homeowner's Association

Former baller's Georgia mansion at risk.

Published November 7, 2015

News of financial trouble is still surrounding former NBA star Allen Iverson.

The retired basketball legend and his ex-wife were hit with a tax lein by the The South Homeowners Association in Georgia this past September, reports The estranged couple is being asked to pay over $24,000 in fees on their mansion.

According to the court docs, the two purchased the seven bedroom, seven bathroom, 5,985 sq. ft. house in 2006 for $2.1 million.


Iverson has a history of failing to, or avoiding, putting the check in the mail. His divorce took over a year to resolve after disputes over money and their children. He even refused to pay the lawyers who helped him with his divorce case: a judge had to intervene, ordering the basketball player to pay over $60,000 dollars in legal fees.

Although he and his ex have put their differences aside, they now have this to worry about. Hopefully they'll pay up before they're kicked out of their home.

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Written by Evelyn Diaz


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