Michael Jordan’s house on fire
Michael Jordan is the subject of a new report about his estate that includes an allegation that he was not allowed to have a family of his own in his home.
The report, by the Chicago Sun-Times, says Jordan and his wife, Nicole, owned two homes in Chicago, one of which was on fire.
The other, the home they owned in the suburbs of Chicago, was not affected by the fire, the newspaper reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
The home in the Chicago suburb of Northbrook, owned by the family, is located at 1230 S. Lincoln Ave.
in the Northbrook section of Chicago.
The Sun-Times said the investigation found that the house is in “poor condition” and that it is the “third home to be in this state of disrepair.”
The property was built in the 1960s and was built on a piece of land owned by Jordan, the paper said.
It is unclear if the property was damaged in the fire or if Jordan, who is 88, was home at the time of the fire.
A source told the paper that Jordan and Nicole were planning to move their family to a larger house in suburban Chicago, the source said.
The newspaper did not identify the people who owned the home.
Jordan was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2017, and he has also been a frequent guest at the annual NBA All-Star Game in New York City.