The mysterious death of All That Remains guitarist Oli Herbert just got another, unfortunate twist.
The Hartford Curant reports the house may soon be on the foreclosure market.
The story notes that that attorneys for the bank that gave Herbert the initial $132,000 mortgage to buy the home filed a foreclosure notice back in June. Court records from Rockville Superior Court allege that Herbert hadn't pad back the loan. Records show Herbert never contested the foreclosure and the default motion was issued by the judge in September. The attorneys filed a motion last week to give them immediate possesion of the home where Herbert's widow, Elizabeth, still lives.
According to court records, the balance owed is "$123,500 with additional costs for taxes, insurance and interest pushing the total to more than $137,000."
Herbert passed away at 44 years old in October, by drowning in a lake behind his home that was "inches deep" according to the Currant's viewing of police records. Herbert's wife claimed in a statement that a toxicology report found anti depressants in his system, but she has since removed that statement and been relatively inactive on social media. The case is still unresolved, with police investigating the death as suspicious. People close to Oli have been searching for answers, with conspiracies being thrown around about possible causes of death.
[Thanks for the tip, Brian S.]