In the wake of losing their North Las Vegas home to foreclosure, DEON and Karen Derrico are putting on a happy face by taking their 14 children on vacation. The family traveled to North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, just days after Deon’s legal battle to stop the foreclosure was halted by a judge. Credit: Instagram / Karen Derrico
Karen, 41, revealed the getaway on an Instagram video, showing off what appeared to be a sprawling “This is what homeschooling on vacation looks like,” she captioned the video. ”
The vacation appeared to be a welcome distraction from the family’s current difficulties.
The Sun exclusively revealed on Tuesday that after a bank purchased Derrico’s Las Vegas property, a judge blocked any and all attempts to stop the seizure. The judge officially dismissed and closed the case on October 7, 2021 because the case “had been pending for more than 12 months” and “no action had been taken for six months.” ”
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$07 According to Clark County property records, Deon paid $107,709 for a four-bathroom, four-bedroom home in North Las Vegas in September 2019.
Deon paid $277, 247 for a four-bedroom, two-bathroom home in July 2018. Consider it a working vacation, because the kids still had homework to do Credit: Instagram / Karen Derrico