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Things just keep going south for disgraced former NFL cornerback Will Allen.

TMZ reports that Allen has just had his home in Davie, Fla. foreclosed on and his family has been forced to leave the 4,474-square-foot lakefront property.

It’s the latest blow for Allen, who last year was convicted of running a Ponzi scheme, along with partner Susan Daub, that bilked professional athletes of more than $35 million. The two plead guilty to federal fraud, conspiracy, and money laundering charges. He is currently out on bail and awaiting sentencing in February.

According to prosecutors, the scam involved Allen and Daub purporting to give high-interest loans to athletes that were largely fraudulent. Out of the more the $35 million they received, less than $22 million was paid out.

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Allen, a first-round draft pick in 2001 out of Syracuse, last played for the New England Patriots in 2012. He also played for the New York Giants and the Miami Dolphins.