ATLANTA (AP) -- Former boxing great Evander Holyfield is moving out of his multimillion dollar mansion in metro Atlanta.
A spokesman for JP Morgan Chase tells the Atlanta Journal-Constitution the Alabama native is clearing out of the home.
The 109-room mansion sits on 235 acres near Fairburn. The investment firm purchased it for $7.5 million at a foreclosure auction in March.
Chase spokesman Greg Hassell says the company gave Holyfield several months to move.
Holyfield reportedly owes more than $14 million on the house, including federal taxes.
The former heavyweight champion is from Atmore, AL.