Celebs Headed for Foreclosure
Jacko, Canseco, Ed McMahon fight for roofs over their heads
By Matt Cantor,  Newser User
Posted Jun 8, 2009 3:22 PM CDT
Former major leaguer Jose Canseco appears at a Japanese baseball game near Tokyo, May 24, 2009.    (AP Photo)
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(Newser) – Even the famous aren't immune to foreclosure, as these celebrities, listed in Forbes, prove:

  • Xzibit: A pimped ride hasn’t been enough to pay the bills on his $536,000 Woodland Hills, Calif., home.
  • Jose Canseco: The ex-ballplayer, who penned a book on big-league steroids, stands to lose his $2.5 million home in Encino, Calif.
  • Veronica Hearst: The wife of late publishing bigwig Randolph Hearst bid farewell to her $40 million Manalapan, Fla., mansion.

  • Evander Holyfield: His $10 million mansion in Fairburn, Ga., could go the way of his ear.
  • Ed McMahon: Having turned down Donald Trump’s offers to buy his $4.8 million Beverly Hills home, the former Tonight Show icon could lose the real estate.
  • Michael Jackson: Close to losing the $25 million Neverland Ranch, the singer scored a loan from a private-equity fund.