Published: Tue, May 15, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Jay Ajayi sued for allegedly trashing mansion, shoving owner

Jay Ajayi sued for allegedly trashing mansion, shoving owner

Philadelphia Eagles running back Jay Ajayi celebrated winning the Super Bowl by renting out a glamorous 6,000 square foot mansion in Hollywood Hills for five days.

And now he's facing a $25,000 lawsuit that he claims is bogus, the gossip site reported.

"According to the suit, Ajayi and his buddy threw at least 3 parties at the house despite the fact they were specifically told - NO PARTIES! "

According to the home owner, he charged Ajayi $5,000 for each party he held and tacked on fees for damages to the house, which allegedly included scratched floors, a broken table and the "no smoking" rule being violated. They also say Ajayi did not cause any damages or hurt the owner, and that the owner did not want to use Airbnb's website and wanted Ajayi to pay him directly in cash.

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The owner also claims that he was shoved by the Eagles running back during a confrontation on February 18.

The owner is calling the incident "battery" and told TMZ Sports that he had to call security to remove Ajayi from the property.

Ajayi's attitude was a major reason the Dolphins traded him to the Eagles midway through his third National Football League season. He appeared in seven regular-season games, rushing for 408 yards with a touchdown, and all three of the Eagles' postseason games.

A London native, Ajayi began his career with the Dolphins but joined the Eagles in October through a trade and was the team's leading rusher during the Super Bowl run.

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