Former Milwaukee Bucks shooting guard OJ Mayo is reportedly close to losing his $1.8 million mansion in Milwaukee because he hasn't made payments in over 10 months and still owes $1.1 million. 

According to a report by TMZ Sports, the bank has now foreclosed the house and attempted to serve him with court documents multiple times. 


Per TMZ:

"Here's what we know ... O.J. bought a $1.8 million home in Wisconsin after inking a 3-year, $24 million deal with the Bucks in 2013. At the time, Mayo took out a loan for $1.26 million to help pay for the crib."

"But, according to court docs obtained by TMZ Sports ... Mayo stopped making payments in April 2018 while still owing $1,137,302.42 on his mortgage."

"Eventually, Mayo's trainer told a process server that O.J. is currently playing overseas in China."

According to Spotrac, Mayo made more than $45 million during his eight seasons in the league.

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Mayo was "dismissed and disqualified" from the NBA in July 2016 for violating the league's anti-drug program. He was eligible to apply for reinstatement two years after that decision.  

Now 31 years old, the former #3 overall pick in the 2008 Draft has not appeared in an NBA game since the 2015-16 season.