Dina Lohan’s Long Island House Has Been Foreclosed On

April 25, 2018 / Posted by:

After years of failing to pony up the cash needed to keep the doors and windows on Lindsay Lohan’s childhood home from being boarded up by the bank, Dina Lohan’s Long Island house has gone into foreclosure.

In 2013 it was reported that Dina was $1 million in debt and took out a $1.3 million loan on her home. Obviously Dina is as good at paying loans back as she is at parenting, and the bank came calling. Lindsay swooped in to the rescue and gave her mom $40,000 to keep the bank away. It didn’t do much good. JP Morgan Chase filed a lawsuit to foreclose on her house. Dina and JP Morgan worked something out, and it allowed her to stay her house… until now. The Blast says a New York judge has ordered the home to be sold off.

According to documents, Dina is now homeless because she failed to respond to a recent foreclosure lawsuit. Not Dina’s fault. The only letters Dina probably opens are ones addressed to Nana Lohan that look like they might contain social security checks.

As of December 2017, Dina reportedly owed $1,492,784.21 on her home. When the matter went to court, Dina didn’t show up, and now some lucky Long Islander can purchase it. Who wouldn’t want a 4,119-square foot colonial with a two-car garage, a pool, and a basement that will immediately need to be decontaminated of the chemicals leaking from hundreds of expired Sevin Nyne self-tanner bottles. The new owner will just have to check the pool house when they move in, to make sure there aren’t any possums inside that look suspiciously like Dina Lohan in a mangy mink coat.

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