The property is up for tax sale next month as the county seeks to recoup back property taxes owed by the former owner.
A probable cause affidavit says extensive gambling losses may have led to the alleged arson.
It took more than a year to get ticketholders their money back following a suspicious fire at the Little Nashville Opry.
The attorney general is ordering Little Nashville Enterprises to refund ticketholders after the music center caught fire in 2009.
The owners were not owed the money because they failed to maintain the sprinkler system required by a contract with Indiana Insurance Company.
Investigators in Brown County have determined the fire that burned down the Little Nashville Opry on September 19th was intentionally set.