theJasmineBRAND.com exclusively reports, Chad Johnson (aka Ochocinco) will be kicked out of his home and onto the streets next month, because a Florida judge has ordered his Florida mansion to be sold off at public auction — all due to the former NFL star not showing up to court.
Last year, Chad was sued by the Long Lake Ranches West Homeowners Association in Broward County, Florida Court. They accused the former NFL star of owing them over $3,500 in fees and costs related to his home. The association demanded the court allow them to foreclose on the property and sell it off at auction to get the money owed from the sale off the home.
The suit demanded the court allow them to evict Johnson out of his home. They also wanted to sell the mansion at public auction.
Johnson purchased the Davie, Florida mansion back in 2005 for $1,365,000 and it was also the scene of his infamous domestic violence arrest with his ex-wife Evelyn Lozada.
Back in December, the home owners association filed a motion for default judgement due to Chad blowing off the case for several months despite being served with the legal papers.
They plead with the judge to grant them their motion for the default judgement and allow them to kick Chad out of his home and sell it off at auction ASAP. The judge set a hearing for March.
The hearing took place on March 2nd in Broward County Court. The judge would have heard Chad’s argument, if he was present at the hearing. However, the ex-NFL star was a no-show and the judge granted the motion for default judgement and closed the case.
Per the court records, Chad’s home is scheduled to be sold to the highest bidder at public auction on April 15th.
Update #2. Ocho has responded to this report, tweeting: