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ATLANTA (AP) — According to foreclosure documents, music producer Jermaine Dupri is losing his multimillion dollar Atlanta mansion.
A mortgage foreclosure notice from September says Dupri owes $2.5 million on the 9,441-square-foot home. The notice says the songwriter-rapper failed to make monthly payments.
Fulton County public records show the property is valued at nearly $3.7 million.
It's not the first time Dupri has faced financial troubles. His mansion was up for foreclosure and set to be auctioned twice — in 2011 and 2012. But the sales were canceled. He's lived in the 19-room home for 10 years.
Dupri's attorney, James Kane, said Thursday that he couldn't comment. Dupri's publicist didn't immediately return a phone call.
Dupri has produced hits for artists including Usher and Mariah Carey, and had a seven-year relationship with singer Janet Jackson.
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