Legendary boxer and Louisville-native Muhammad Ali has reportedly filed a lawsuit against the previous owners of his Louisville mansion. The estate in question was purchased back in 2006 for about $1.9 million and is supposedly used as the boxing champ’s summer home.
Ali and wife Yolanda are citing major issues with the house including: a leaky roof, leaky chimney, mold and a partially defective structure – the couple is alleging the previous owners had prior knowledge of said issues when selling the property more than 5 years ago.
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