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Ex L.A. Kings player loses house to foreclosure

Former ice hockey defensive player for the LA Kings, Jack Johnson, lost one house to foreclosure, and has sold another home.

The 2,972 square-foot Manhattan Beach property formerly owned by 28-year-old Johnson was sold at an auction for $2.125 million after it was foreclosed on last January. Records showed that the foreclosed property was bought by Johnson for  $1.235 million. Johnson’s other property, also situated in Manhattan Beach, was sold for $1.3 million. The 1,800 square-foot townhouse was previously owned by Luke Walton. Johnson decided to file for bankruptcy in 2014 after suffering financial hardships reportedly caused by his parents’ unrestrained spending habits.

The attorneys at Hong Law, PLC in Cedar Rapids understand how difficult it is to lose a home to foreclosure. However, if you are being threatened with losing your home, we may offer you legal advice to possibly prevent it from happening. Discuss your situation with us today by calling (319) 294-5853 to learn more about your options.

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