(LAKE APOPKA, Fla.) -- Despite making tens of millions of dollars for appearing in the Rush Hour movies, actor and comedian Chris Tucker is facing foreclosure on his multi-million dollar Florida mansion, according to court papers filed earlier this week.
The star of the Rush Hour trilogy and the comedy Friday purchased the 10,000-square-foot lakefront home in 2007 for $6 million. The hefty home purchase was made just before the housing market took a nosedive later that year.
SunTrust Bank reportedly filed papers against the actor in Circuit Court in Florida’s Lake County. The bank says Tucker owes over $4.4 million.
According to the Orlando Sentinel, Tucker’s estate is located in the Bella Collina development, a nearly 2,000-acre community with waterfront homes and estates that overlook a massive golf course.
Tucker’s home reportedly features five bedrooms, three fireplaces, and a personal spa. An outdoor kitchen overlooks a swimming pool, and the basement is fit to resemble a pirate ship, according to the Sentinel.
Though his last film -- 2007′s Rush Hour 3 -- was a sizable hit, taking in over $140 million at the domestic box office, he hasn’t been featured in a film since. Earlier this year, Tucker returned to stand up comedy, touring theaters across the U.S.
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