WINDERMERE, Fla. – An Orange County townhouse belonging to Derek Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer convicted in 2021 of murdering George Floyd, has been put up for sale.
Reports show Chauvin and his ex-wife used the Windermere townhouse as collateral for his bond. Now that Chauvin is convicted, the house has been put up for sale.
Floyd’s death prompted protests outside the Windermere home, which later led to a Florida law banning protests outside private residences. According to the new law, law enforcement may arrest those protesting outside of a private residence if they refuse to disperse. That law will go into effect beginning in October.
According to Realtor.com, a sale is pending for an asking price of $475,000.