No. The interest you paid is not deductible nor is the amount for a judgment against you,
" Interest that accrues after a judgment has been entered would therefore be deductible under this section, provided no specific exception to that deductibility applies. ... Taxpayer would thus not be entitled to deduct prejudgment interest under section 163; however, we must also consider whether section 162 is available.
and Based on IRS publication 529, it may be entered as Misc deduction, just don't know where to enter in Turbo Tax .
Was the judgement against you for product liability claims? Unless it was, then the post-judgement interest is not deductible (see @xmasbaby0 post above).
The reference you quoted above only applies to Specified Liability Losses: Product Liability--Interest Payments.