Question: Have you had your home foreclosed upon within the last 12 months? Are you in a situation where its close to occurring? Certainly nothing "Funny" or entertaining about the suffering of everyday people...
But here's what is very funny: when celebs get foreclosed upon.
Here's a list of some celebrities from the world of entertainment and sports who've had their homes either foreclosed upon within the last 12 months or are imminently close to losing their property.
Celebs certainly feel no shame in it, so relax and enjoy:
Terrell Owens, Former NFL star
The football receiver has faced foreclosure on a handful of properties since last year. Two condos he owned in Dallas,Texas were sold in short sales earlier this year after lenders started the foreclosure process, and two more repossessed by lenders. His Trump International condo sold via short sale in July, following news that he had failed to make both mortgage and maintenance payments on the Fla. apartment.
Burt Reynolds, Actor
The "Smokey and the Bandit" star has allegedly not paid his his $1.2 million mortgage in two years. It is listed as a short sale for $5 million -- a third of his purchase price. The waterfront estate boasts 12,500 square feet, a helipad and yacht dockage.
Evander Holyfield, Former Heavyweight Boxing Champ
Rihanna, Famous classless slut.. um.. singer
In 2009 the pop star bought a $6.9 million 8,520-square foot contemporary and then flooding caused "extensive damage," according to its subsequent listing for $4.5 million, as is. The singer defaulted on the home, selling it as a short sale earlier this year to a buyer who ultimately paid more than the asking price.
Chris Tucker, Famous comedian, starred in 'Rush Hour' w/ Jackie Chan
In October, Sun Trust Bank filed foreclosure papers alleging that comedian Chris Tucker owed $4.4 million on the 10,000-square foot mansion he had purchased at the market high. It finally sold in a short sale earlier this year. The “Rush Hour” star also reportedly owes the IRS $11.5 million in back taxes.
David Cassidy - Singer/Actor
Cassidy, who ascended to teen stardom in the 1970s TV show “The Partridge Family,” reportedly surrendered a swank rental property to the lender, rather than continue through the foreclosure process.
Nadya "Octomom" Suleman, Reality TV Personality
The foreclosure process on the 2,445-square foot house of the reality TV star was finalized in June, with the bank repossessing the property in an auction that produced no bids. The first default notice was filed on the Orange County abode in late 2011. Suleman, who became a household name after giving birth to octuplets, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in May.
R. Kelly, Singer-Producer
The R&B artist's custom built 22,000-square foot Chicago-area manse was slapped with a lis pendens last summer by lender J.P. Morgan Chase. The home came to market in the fall as a short sale listing, asking nearly 45% less than the mortgage note. The listing was pulled in April and the property's status is unknown. The 2011 filing marked the second time this home faced foreclosure, the first being in 2005.