Louisiana To Auction Off Lil Boosie's Home

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Louisiana To Auction Off Lil Boosie's Home

While Boosie sits in jail awaiting the word on his murder charges, the state selling his home after failing to meet payments.

Lil Boosie has been in jail since June 2010 after being formally indicted for a murder case. While he awaits his trial, East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office is planning on selling his abode after he failed to pay a writ imposed on the home.

Boosie, whose real name is Torence I. Hatch, is up against Flagstar Bank in the auction of his Louisiana residence. According to a police filing, Boosie balked on meeting a $375,270.74 writ that was imposed on the plot on January 20, 2011.

The residence, located on Centurion Place in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, will be put up for auction on June 29, 2011, though no minimum bid has been set as the home is waiting appraisal. 

The "Done It All" rapper is currently serving time in prison in anticipation of a murder trial. He was accused of paying for a man named Terry Boyd killed, and faces the death penalty.

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