It seems that even Hollywood celebrities are not exempt from financial difficulties these days. Burt Reynolds joins the list of Hollywood celebrities that recently had their home foreclosed upon. The 4-acre waterfront estate the actor owned in Hobe Sound, Florida had a $1.2 million mortgage on the house, which reports state had not been paid since September 2010.
Merrill Lynch is asking a judge to order the Reynolds’ home be sold to satisfy all debts, including a $750,000 second mortgage held by Bank Atlantic. It is reported that the Mediterranean-style home, which has a swimming pool, private beach, boat dock, cinema and its own hair salon, is valued at $2.4 million.
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