Ochocinco bought his $1.3 million home back in 2005 in the Long Lake Ranches section of the cowboy town, but he hasn’t paid his dues for it in almost year.
Records show the Montreal Alouettes player of the Canadian Football League hasn’t paid his dues on the home since July 2014. He stopped paying the $390-monthly due, totaling $3,503, with interest accruing at 18 percent each year.
HOA filed a foreclosure action against him last week. Even with the average player getting paid $85,000 a season in the CFL, he struggles to pay his bills.