Former Atlanta Falcon Jamal Anderson has reportedly lost his mansion at a recent bank auction. Anderson bought the 10-bedroom, 6,000 square-foot, 9-bath home in 1999 for $1.225 million.
According to official records, Anderson, who played from 1994-2001, defaulted on his mortgage, resulting in foreclosure and the sale at auction for an even $1,000,000.
The home sits on two acres and includes a separate guest house, arcade room, media room, pool and spa.
The good news is Anderson recently paid off that $1.1 million federal tax lien that was reported on last January.