5:26 pm - Tuesday July 22, 2014

Bank says it can’t find O.J. Simpson

KENDALL, Fla., Jan. 16 (UPI) — 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.

Read more: UPI

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