Jermaine Jackson is having a tough 2010 and with Christmas around the corner, heâs receiving more bad news. According to reports, the five-bedroom mansion he rents in Calabasas, California has now been placed in foreclosure after the owner fell into financial trouble. The property will be sold off at auction next month (Jan11), according to TMZ.com. The brother of the late King of Pop Michael Jackson, has lived in the house for around 18 months and will have 60 days to vacate the property after notice of foreclosure has been given. The possible loss of his home is the latest in a long line of problems for Jackson. The former Jackson 5 member is entangled in a long-running legal dispute with his ex-wife Alejandra over allegations he owes her a massive $91,921 in child support payments and officials recently confiscated his driverâs license in a effort to make him pay up. It was also revealed over the weekend that Jackson filed a police report alleging he was the victim of theft in September (10) after a designer bag containing furs, jewelry and clothes went missing from his home. The belongings were reportedly worth $150,000.
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