Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson, Former NFL Player, Loses Davie Mansion To Foreclosure

Chad Johnson foreclosure
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In his lifetime, Chad Johnson has been a six-time Pro Bowl NFL receiver, a man known as “Chad Ochocino,” a reality-television star, and, apparently, a person who couldn’t pay his mortgage.

Johnson, who owned a mansion in Davie until last week, seems to have run into some financial trouble. According to court filings, Johnson’s 6,000-square-foot home, at 2899 Juniper Lane, was foreclosed earlier this month and will be put up for public sale in April.

In the world of juiced-up supermen, tattooed outlaws, and attention-hungry prima donnas that is the National Football League, Johnson, who grew up in Miami, managed to stand out like a unicorn during his playing days. He spent the prime of his career with the Cincinnati Bengals — in that time, he was a fantasy stud and caught more than 1,000 receiving yards in seven of his first nine seasons. He was elected to six Pro Bowls during that same stretch.

By MiamiNewTimes, SouthFloridaReporter.com, Mar. 15, 2016 

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