Jay Ajayi is being sued for $25,000 after allegedly trashing a Los Angeles mansion in February.
The owner claims he specifically told the ex-Dolphin Ajayi not to throw parties in his home.
And now he's facing a $25,000 lawsuit that he claims is bogus, the gossip site reported. He says Ajayi did not host parties, did not cause any damage to the home, and did not shove the owner.More news: Google Pixel Buds add double-tap to skip track and more
The owner called security to have Ajayi kicked off his property.
Ajayi was traded from the Dolphins to the Eagles in October of a year ago.
The suit, filed by the owner, is seeking the damages for three parties held after the Eagles' Super Bowl win over the Patriots. In the process, he "broke a table, scratched some floors and violated the no-smoking rule", according to TMZ, which has seen the lawsuit.More news: Honor 10 launched: Watch unboxing and first impressions
Per the report, Ajayi racked up $25,000 in penalty fees and when the mansion's owner confronted Ajayi on February 18, the owner claims that Ajayi "pushed [him] on [his] chest in a menacing and threatening manner" and proceeded to call local security to remove the Eagles running back from the property.
According to a rep for Jay Ajayi, all the accusations are completely false. According to Ajayi, the owner tried to force him and a friend to pay him in cash instead of going through Airbnb.
Ajayi denied the accusations through a representative, saying Ajayi and his group actually left the house earlier than the planned five days, but still paid the full price for the rental.More news: Khloe Kardashian Reveals Who Suggested the Name 'True' for Her Daughter!
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