Bank says it can't find O.J. Simpson to serve foreclosure papers
UPI News Service, 01/16/2012
JP Morgan Chase Bank has been attempting to serve jailed celebrity O.J. Simpson foreclosure papers at his Florida home, court records show.
The former football star and actor has been serving a 33-year sentence for felony kidnapping and armed robbery in a Nevada prison since 2008.
Gossipextra.com said Monday JP Morgan's process server has been trying to hand Simpson the documents on a daily basis at his 4-bedroom home in Kendall.
The Web site reported Simpson secured a $592,000-mortgage on the $575,000-house in 2000. He hasn't paid the mortgage for nearly two years and owes $724,354.15, including interest, fees and penalties, the report said.
Simpson was acquitted of killing his ex-wife Nicole and her friend Ron Goldman in 1994. However, he was found liable for the slayings in a subsequent civil trial.