Report: Judge orders default judgment against Dana Holgorsen in West Virginia rental lawsuit
A Monongalia County, West Virginia judge in February ordered a default judgment against head coach Dana Holgorsen in his months-long rental lawsuit dispute in Morgantown, according to WBOY.
Rodney Poland, the plaintiff and landlord in the case who alleges Holgorsen and his ex-wife, Candice, owe thousands of dollars in back rent and fees, motioned for the judgment on Jan. 31., according to WBOY.
Holgorsen, West Virginia University’s head coach from 2011-2018 in Morgantown, and his ex-wife, Candice, were attempted service of the summons and complaint, according to WBOY, but the tries were unsuccessful.
The lawsuit filed in October 2019 says around $25,000 is owed to Poland, about $5,000 for back rent, the rest for cleaning and repair fees.
Any personal property left on the property rented to Holgorsen, who agreed to pay rent, and his ex-wife is now owned by Poland as a result of the default judgment.