Loses Everything In Bankruptcy Sale
LeBron Jersey, Guns & VHS Players
6/11/2017 12:35 AM PDT
Ex-NBA player Darius Miles — who made more than $60 MILLION in his career — has lost all of his treasured belongings in a bankruptcy sale … from his signed LeBron jersey to his waffle maker.
As we previously reported, Miles filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy last year — and as part of the process, he was ordered to sell off his stuff to pay back creditors.
The sale went down in Illinois. Here’s how it went.
— LeBron James signed jersey ($1,500)
— Larry Bird signed jersey ($100)
— AR15 firearm ($500)
— Beretta Cx4 Storm gun ($400)
— Self-contained karaoke machine ($75)
— Dirk Nowitzki signed shoe ($375)
— Lamar Odom signed shoe ($225)
— 5 VHS players (total of $21.50)
They even sold his toaster for $2.00
There was a lot more stuff — and in total, Miles got $12,780 from the sale.
Miles will ultimately get his discharge and a fresh financial start. But he’ll have to buy a new toaster.