Remember Ed McMahon?
It’s so sad. Yahoo Homepage.LOS ANGELES – Ed McMahon possible foreclosure of his multimillion dollar home in Beverly Hills blame on a number of problems all too familiar to many Americans: a business failure, health problems and poor planning “If you have more money. steal your identity, you know what happens,” McMahon said Thursday night on CNN’s “Larry King Live.” You know. A couple of divorces thrown a few things and, you know what happens. ” McMahon, 85, appeared with his wife Pamela. The couple said they have $ 644,000 behind their mortgage payments and are in negotiations with lender Countrywide Home Loans Inc. to date einzustellen.McMahon foreclosure in a neck brace, said he had stopped working because it is the broken neck in a fall of 18 months. He did not know erarbeiten.McMahon, sidekick of Johnny Carson on “Tonight” show was, “said the house on the market for two years and that although 50 organizations or individuals had looked well, nobody had made a offer. Documents show McMahon has a $ 4.8 million mortgage on the house. “It’s like a perfect storm,” he said. “Economy problems. Sale of the house when a huge operation. “McMahon bought six bedrooms, five bathrooms, 7,000 square foot house in January 1990. The villa, which is listed at $ 6,250,000, is in a closed section hill Mulholland Drive called The Summit. Britney Spears is among his Nachbarn.Gefragt why a millionaire could not make house payments, Pamela McMahon said the couple had less money than people may think and suggested that ‘they could a better job managing their finances have done. “We wanted to not keep your eyes on the ball, we made mistakes,” she said. “It is embarrassing to say the least, and it’s sad, because you, Ed has worked all his life to know.” McMahon, a former pitchman for American Family Publishers’ sweepstakes and former “Star Search” host, received $ 7,200. 000 provides a mold spread through his house and led to the death of his dog in costs 2001. lawyer and began the construction of fixing the mold problem is not that the money was to go far, McMahon said. “We had nine lawyers, they had nine lawyers said McMahon. “When everything is over and you build the house from outside … Many things have gone wrong.” Still, McMahon said he was hopeful. He said there was renewed interest in the house this week. “I’m optimistic,” he said.