Basketball great Michael Jordan‘s dismal ownership of the NBA worst Charlotte Bobcats isn’t his only problem.
A Texas company last week placed a lien on the sprawling house that the six-time Chicago Bulls world champ is having built in Jupiter because some bills on the $20 million-construction aren’t getting paid.
The Dallas-based Southwest Progressive Enterprise, which specializes in fancy stone-wall finishes, claims the six-time world champion has yet to come up with $81,000 to settle the $202,600-contract!
200 K for wall finishes?
Well, Jordan’s new place at golfer Jack Nicklaus’ golf community The Bear’s Club is fairly large, 37,000-square feet large!
The lien filed with the Palm Beach County Clerk of Courts shows the debt has been owed since January, which is about the time he sold his mansion in Chicago for $29 million.
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