No one likes a messy legal episode, and NFL star Warren Sapp apparently shares the same opinion. In light of his numerous debts and a heavily media-covered bankruptcy, the football player's Florida mansion is now on sale for an estimated $2.9 million, according to Realtor.com.
Sapp's residence in Windermere, Florida covers 18,000 square feet of land and has four bedrooms, seven bathrooms and an extravagant indoor water slide that had our friends at USA Today swooning. Needless to say, we don't think it will be long before the mansion finds a new owner.
As for Sapp, well, we certainly wish him the best of luck. Deadspin reported that he was forced to surrender his private assets such as a boxing glove autographed by Muhammad Ali, which is hard enough; but losing a home is even harder.
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