Warren Sapp’s Foreclosed Home Sold for $2.1 Million

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  • The home of ex- NFL all-pro lineman and former “Dancing with the Stars” contestant Warren Sapp has been bought by fitness guru Brenda Dykgraaf, according to Jose Lambiet’s Gossip Extra.

    The 51-year-old Ab Roller inventor got the $7 million mansion for $2.1 million.

    Broward County resident and former University of Miami star Sapp once played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers under one of the league’s richest contracts that paid him $450,000 per game.

    Sapp filed for bankruptcy in April and was forced to auction his 10,000-square-foot mansion outside Orlando to the highest bidder.

    The home includes a lazy river, a two-story-high wine bottle display, a dock on Lake Butler and hand-decorated ceilings and walls throughout.

    In addition, the house is down the street from where golfer Tiger Woods famously crashed his car at Thanksgiving 2009.

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    3 thoughts on “Warren Sapp’s Foreclosed Home Sold for $2.1 Million

    1. A fool and his money soon part.
      The Lessons Learned? “Live within your means”, These great athletes like Sap often don’t realize or plan for retirement.

    2. These professional athletes really need some financial management courses. My grandmother was a financial wizard, with very little education. It’s amazing to me how uneducated our folks are about finances. I have a friend who runs her own business, but she doesn’t own the building that she is in, nor does she own the house that she lives in, but she drives a Range Rover!?! REALLY. You’re renting, but you drive a $50,000 vehicle. I have a relative who lives in subsidized housing, and I see nicer cars in the parking lot of her “project” complex than where I live where mayors and commissioners are my neighbors. I have friends who preteen children have on $150 sneakers, carry $500 cellphones, and wear the latest fashions, but the parents don’t have LIFE INSURANCE! And, “save” is a four-letter word to folks.

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