Charlie Sheen is battling a two-headed real estate snake by dealing with multiple buyers who have backed out of purchasing his Beverly Hills mansion at the same time the property fell into foreclosure.
According to documents obtained by The Blast, the former "Two and a Half Men" star was notified his 7-bed, 7-bath Beverly Hills pad is in the beginning stages of the foreclosure process after the actor owed more than $80,000 in back mortgage payments.
A notice of substitution was also filed for a mortgage default service to take over ownership of the property.
Sources close to Charlie Sheen tell The Blast the star has been trying to unload the home but unfortunately three different buyers have backed out of a closing deal for various reasons.
Because Sheen had been so close to transferring the property each time, he did not see a reason to continue payments during escrow. After he was sent the notice of default, we're told Sheen cut a check Thursday to cover the past six months of missed payments.
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