14. Evander Holyfield
Heavyweight boxer, Evander Holyfield, did not actually filed for bankruptcy, but he almost went into it twice, when his Atlanta mansion of 109 rooms was foreclosed in 2008. He might have delayed the foreclosure for some years, but in 2012 he was forced to auction his mansion, in order to pay back $14 million that he owed to the financial enterprise, JP Morgan Chase. In 2012, it was stated that Holyfield owed more than $500,000 for payments of child support and $200,000 for back taxes.