As part of foreclosure proceedings, the house of ex-NFL star O.J. Simpson will be sold this coming October, an August 27 report said.

In the court documents, the 4,233 square-foot house of Simpson near Miami owed principal and interest worth more than $796,000 and unsettled property tax and insurance premiums that cost more than $80,000. JP Morgan Chase Bank was given a final decision by a Miami-Dade Circuit Court last week. The auction of the house that will be held online and will start on October 29.

The former football star was imprisoned in 2008 after being convicted of kidnapping and armed robbery charges.

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