The auctioneer’s gavel will fall on the last of Andrew Wiederhorn’s troubled Portland empire.
The most expensive home ever sold at a Multnomah County sheriff’s foreclosure auction will go on the block April 2.
It’s a 20,000-square-foot, $6.8 million mansion atop the Southwest Hills, the
Andrew Wiederhorn, the Portlander who was lauded as a financial genius in the 1990s before serving prison time for filing a false tax return and paying an illegal gratuity, once again finds himself on the receiving end of unwanted attention in court. This time it's for an unpaid bill Wiederhorn and his wife allegedly owe for a $35,542 home-entertainment system they agreed to have installed last ...
A lawsuit filed this week in Multnomah County spells more financial trouble for Andrew Wiederhorn, the former Portland investor once heralded as a financial wunderkind. That was before he did prison time for bribery and filing a false tax return. After past lawsuits alleging he failed to pay for lawyers and a home-entertainment system, Wiederhorn now faces losing his Land Rover for allegedly ...