Suspended Cowboys Star Randy Gregory Now Facing Eviction

David Hookstead | Reporter

Cowboys star Randy Gregory is reportedly facing eviction from his Texas home.

Gregory has had a bad run of luck lately, and was hit with an indefinite suspension earlier in the week after he violated the league’s substance abuse policy. Now, he might be without a home. (RELATED: Cowboys Star Randy Gregory Suspended Indefinitely For Substance Abuse Policy Violation)

TMZ reported the following early Friday morning:

26-year-old Gregory had been living in a nice 3-bedroom home in Frisco, Texas since August 2018 — but according to a letter sent to the NFL player and his attorney on Feb. 5, he fell behind in payments to the tune of $13,674. 

Sources involved in the situation tell us that number has now inflated to nearly $15,000. 

The letter, obtained by TMZ Sports, demands Gregory either pay the money he owes or “vacate the premises within one day.”

How is it possible to play in the NFL and fall behind on rent payments? According to the same TMZ report, his rent was only $4,500 a month. That’s a lot of money for a guy without a family, but he made almost $1 million this past season.

That should be more than enough after taxes to cover the rent. It shouldn’t even be a question whether or not he has the money.

 

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He gets hit with a massive suspension and now he might get booted out of his rental house in Texas. If that’s not a tough time, then I really don’t know what is.

It really can’t get much worse in the span of a few days.

 

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I hope he gets his life figured out because it’s clearly not going well right now. It just doesn’t make sense how somebody making the kind of money he does can’t make rent.

That literally makes no sense at all.

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