Donte Stallworth Runs Into Troubled Waters In Miami Again?
by Sep Niakan | October 08, 2012
It seems that former Patriot, Donte Stallworth may be getting into the habit of running into trouble whenever it comes to anything Miami. As of Sept. 14, the JPMorgan Chase Bank has filed a lawsuit against this free agent receiver over a mortgage amount of $363,000 for his Ten Museum Park, 1,123 sq. ft. unit at 1040 Biscayne Boulevard.
This is not the only Miami condo unit owned by the receiver. Stallworth owns a second, larger unit in Ten Museum Park along with a unit in 2 Midtown. However, his 2 Midtown condo might also be the subject of a foreclosure lawsuit on account of unpaid association dues.
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