• Wed. May 29th, 2024

    NASCAR driver $16 Million Mansion in North Carolina raided by squatters

    NASCAR driver $16 Million Mansion in North Carolina raided by squatters

    NASCAR driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr. has had an action-packed season. A streak of seven consecutive P27th finish or worse.

    A crash at earlier this season Talladega, left Stenhouse Jr. 31st in points and generated stories in the racing media speculating that his Cup Series future was at risk.

    Stenhouse promptly answered with four successive P10 finishes that earned him a contract extension with JTG-Daugherty Racing. 

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    Recently Ricky Stenhouse Jr. listed his Mooresville, North Carolina, estate for sale. The 9,986-square-foot home (five bedrooms, six baths), designed by ex NASCAR driver Ernie Irvan.

    The mansion comes with complete luxury amenities such as a home theater, pool, putting green, pond, fitness room, and two multi-car garages. 

    Rowan County Sheriff Kevin Auten confirmed Darius Trrone Hall, 29yr-old and Nataijah Shaieena Fields, 37yr-old face charges of breaking and entering, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and second-degree trespassing. 

    Authorities also lodged a gun charge against Hall.

    The 34-y-o five-bedroom, 10,000 sq-ft mansion was listed for sale for a whooping $16 million. 

    “Hall was charged with breaking and entering, two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, carrying a concealed gun, and second-degree trespassing. He was given a $25,000 secured bond. Fields was charged with breaking and entering, two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and second-degree trespassing. She was given a $10,000 secured bond.”

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    “It was a break-in of the residence. They had no right to be there; it had never been sold,” Chief Deputy Ramsey said.

    By the time police got to the property, they found four people residing there: two adults and two kids. They also found an assault rifle in the back of a vehicle and a bunch ofcounterfeit money.

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    One thought on “NASCAR driver $16 Million Mansion in North Carolina raided by squatters”
    1. I began watching NASCAR when Joe Gibbs got involved in Racing when I knew nothing about the Sport ,when Kyle Bush came over I Chose him to watch did not agree with his demeanor exciting to watch he gave his all to JGR and will for his next owner. Should of given Tye Gibbs 2 more years prior to dumping Kyle with all the money Kyle got I feel pretty sure JGR gained than the other drivers combined. With all of these stage points system and othe NASCAR changes I probaly not watch NASCAR if I do it will be for Kyle team hope it’s not RCR. Have no reason to not like. Very p***ed with Gibbs.

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