Stabler’s house up for auction

Pro Football Talk reports that former Alabama Crimson Tide superstar Kenny Stabler’s house is up for auction to pay Uncle Sam. According to PFT, “The sale was required by a January 9, 2009 order of the United States District Court of the Southern District of Alabama, in an effort to collect on a tax lien in the amount of $579,250.

“The lien arises from unpaid federal income tax assessments imposed against Stabler for the tax years 1999, 2000, and 2001 and Stabler Company, Inc. for the tax years 1995, 1998, 1999, and 2000, an unpaid federal employment tax assessment of Stabler Company, Inc. for the tax period ending December 31, 1999, and an unpaid civil penalty assessment against Stabler Company, Inc. for the tax year 2000.”

The auction is set for April 22, 2009. You can read all the details of the sale at this federal government site. According to the feds the property is a “2850 sq. ft. home with immediate Gulf access. Located in an exclusive, gated community on Ono Island, AL. Raised beach cottage with 1,891 sq ft of living area on the main floor and 958 sq ft on the ground level located on .58 acres on Ono Island. The main living area consists of a great room, kitchen, dining area, three bedrooms, a laundry area and two baths. The ground floor contains one bedroom, a game room and a bath.”

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    Auburnisajoke formerly the fan known as Ballplay Indian.

    I suppose that lst years suspension was without pay ? I for one hope he returns. Eli and the other guy are the pits.

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