ASPEN, Colo. – Actor Don Johnson (search) has been ordered to pay a grocery store nearly $6,000 for an unpaid tab.
Pitkin County District Judge Erin Fernandez-Ely said Johnson must pay $5,470 for his past-due balance at Clark's Market, along with $426.85 in interest and court costs of $101.
Johnson did not file a response to Clark's lawsuit.
In May his 17-acre ranch near Aspen (search) was put on sale amid a bankruptcy filing.
Johnson, who starred in TV's "Miami Vice" (search) and "Nash Bridges" and appeared in the movie "Tin Cup," bought the ranch 16 years ago, said Joshua Saslove, the real estate broker listing the property.
Los Angeles-based City National Bank (search) sued Johnson in March, seeking to force an auction of the property to recoup $930,000 it claimed Johnson owed.