Former heavyweight boxing champion Evander Holyfield may no longer be allowed to cruise the streets of The Peach State. The Georgia Department of Human Services is calling Holyfield's tab when it comes to the strongman's discrepancy in child support payments.

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Officials in Atlanta charge that Holyfield owes over $325,000 in child support and has decided that they will suspend his driver's license if he fails to pay up. The 50-year-old boxer reportedly failed to keep up with a court-mandated payment plan of about $3,000 per month to a mother of one of his children.

Holyfield, who once memorably had part of his ear bitten off in a bizarre fight with Mike Tyson, will be required to appear at an August hearing to determine his progress and be given an official mandate regarding the fate of his driver's license.