Hours after TMZ Sports reported that Philadelphia Eagles working again Jay Ajayi was being sued for $25,000 after apparently damaging a Los Angeles mansion, the Super Bowl champion’s representatives have adamantly denied the allegations.
This is additionally in keeping with TMZ, which up to date its authentic report with phrase from an Ajayi spokesperson, who mentioned the “lawsuit is bogus” and denied that Ajayi ever damaged any property.
The lawsuit, per TMZ, was filed by the proprietor of the 6,000-foot mansion, which is positioned close to the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood. That proprietor, who seems to be the identical man who once sued Beyonce for $25,000 in a 2010 case that was later dismissed, advised TMZ the Eagles working again stayed on the mansion for 5 days after Super Bowl LII and “broke a table, scratched some floors and violated” a no-smoking rule whereas throwing a minimum of three events in the home. His lawsuit additionally alleged that Ajayi pushed him “in a menacing and threatening manner” when he confronted Ajayi concerning the damages.
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But Ajayi’s representatives say he did not contact the proprietor, injury the property and even host any events.
“Instead they claim the owner tried to get Jay and his friend to pay him cash directly — bypassing the Airbnb website,” in keeping with TMZ, “so they say they left the house several days early … but still paid the full rate.”
Ajayi was traded from the Miami Dolphins to the Eagles throughout the 2017 season and might be a free agent after this season. The allegations in opposition to him come a month after teammate Malcolm Jenkins mentioned he thought authorities had been “trying to make an example” out of new Eagles defensive finish Michael Bennett with prices that stemmed from year-old allegations of a separate incident.