When The Checks Stop Coming In: Celebrities Who Are Legitimately Broke

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Evander Holyfield

Few boxers have dominated a ring for two decades but Evander Holyfield isn’t the average boxer. The former heavyweight champ has raked in more than $200 million in paydays and endorsement deals but his lifestyle of lavish spending eventually caught up to him. Holyfield’s 109-room mansion has been in foreclosure since 2008 and he managed to delay the process for several years but he was forced to sell his extravagant home for $7.5 million to rapper Rick Ross to pay down the $14 million he owed financial firm JP Morgan Chase. Holyfield also owed $200,000 to Uncle Sam and $500,000 in back child support.

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