He says Ajayi did not host parties, did not cause any damage to the home, and did not shove the owner.
A Los Angeles mansion owner filed a lawsuit against Philadelphia Eagles running back Jay Ajayi, claiming the football star shoved him and refused to pay $25,000 in penalty fees he racked up during a stay in February, according to a report from TMZ. Now the owner of that mansion is suing Ajayi for $25,000, alleging that he and his friend trashed the place.
The 24-year-old allegedly had at least three parties while staying at the house, even though the owner specially told them not to throw any parties. As a result of this request, the rep says Ajayi and his friend left the mansion a few days early, but still paid the full amount.
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In the lawsuit obtained by TMZ, the property owner reportedly claims he charged a $5,000 fee for each party held. That has especially been the case for Eagles running back Jay Ajayi.
The owner also claims that he was shoved by the Eagles running back during a confrontation on February 18.
A representative for Ajayi denied the claims to TMZ.
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The owner describes the incident as battery - and said he had to call local security to remove the National Football League star from the property.
Ajayi, a London native, was traded to the Eagles last October in a deadline deal from the Miami Dolphins.
In seven games with Eagles, Ajayi accumulated 408 rushing yards and one touchdown on 70 carries.
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