Austin McBroom seems to be planning to sell the house, even though he still owes money on the mortgage. This adds to the drama surrounding the home eviction. The ACE Family drama keeps going, and now there are rumours that Austin McBroom will sell the mansion he bought for $7 million. This is similar to what he said on July 7, when he said that no one was “being kicked out or moving, as if they were.
The first claims that the ACE Family’s house in Encino, California, was in the beginning stages of foreclosure came from unverified images shared on Twitter. In these photos, there was supposedly court paperwork showing that the house had been taken away because the mortgage payments hadn’t been made on time. There was also a picture of the ACE family’s house on Zillow, with the words “pre-foreclosure” written next to it.
At the moment, you can see what is said to be a snapshot of the ACE Family’s house payment history on Twitter. It shows the history of the mortgage, how much the house is worth, and how much money was supposedly borrowed for it. The paperwork that can be seen online also shows that the house owned by Ace Hat Collection Inc. is now being taken back by the bank.
Austin McBroom and The ACE Family have trouble with the law
Since Austin McBroom’s boxing match on June 12, there has been a lot of talk about several things, the latest being that The ACE Family’s house might be going into foreclosure. During the event, there were going to be boxing fights between YouTubers and TikTokers. Soon after the event, several boxers and other performers, including Vinnie Hacker and Josh Richards, said that the business that put on the event had not paid them for their work. After doing more research, it turned out that Austin McBroom owned the company Social Gloves Entertainment, which was in charge of putting on the event.
Before it was made public that financial experts were working to pay everyone who took part, rumours started to spread that the company was going out of business. Before the experts came out to disprove the claims, this happened. In response to Mongeau’s claim, the head of the ACE Family said that Social Gloves would help pay for any female fighter who wanted to fight against Mongeau.
Also, Austin McBroom’s business, Ace Hat Collection Inc., is reportedly being sued by the social networking site Subify and the construction equipment rental company Ahern Rentals. A supposed arrest of the 29-year-old in July 2020 and a $7 million lien on the mansion are also new information.
In the public records, liens have been put on the ACE Family’s home in Encino to show that they owe money to several contractors. People say that the family broke the terms of their mortgage by taking out a loan for an extra million dollars. More public documents have been found that supposedly show that the ACE Family stopped making their mortgage payments. As more supposed papers show up on Twitter, more and more people are starting to think that the family is broke.