EXCLUSIVE: O.J. Simpson’s Foreclosure Final; Miami House to be Sold in Auction

OJ Simpson's house in Kendall

O.J. Simpson’s house in Miami is to be offered in foreclosure auction in October (Zillow photo)

The home that imprisoned football great O.J. Simpson has owned near Miami for more than a decade was ordered sold in auction after JP Morgan Chase Bank won its foreclosure case against The Juice.

OJ Simpsn in 2013

Simpson in a court hearing in Nevada earlier this year (Splash News photo)

It’s another Gossip Extra exclusive: A Miami-Dade County judge ruled that the house at 9450 SW 112th St. in Kendall be seized by the bank Tuesday after he granted Chase’s motion for a summary judgment — more than two years after the foreclosure action was filed.

The bank is planning on selling Simpson’s digs  Oct. 29, according to court papers.

Simpson, who’s in a Nevada desert jail after being convicted of robbery and kidnapping in 2008, stopped paying his mortgage in 2010.

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Now, he owes the bank a grand total of $892,283.11, including the $660,000-principal, fees, interests and court costs.

The hacienda-style property is currently assessed by the county’s property appraiser’s office at $481,000.

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The Hall of Fame running back bought it in 2000 for $575,000 after several gated communities in Coral Gables and Coconut Grove rejected his purchase of other homes.

Simpson moved to South Florida to take advantage of real estate laws, which prevent the seizure a homestead to pay off civil judgments.

In 1997, Simpson was held liable for the deaths of his ex-wife Nicole Simpson Brown and her friend. A judge in Los Angeles, where Simpson lived at the time, ordered him to pay the ex’s family $25 million in damages.

The family is still trying to collect.

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