More bad news for the Sixers.
Nerlens Noel is being sued for allegedly damaging his rental home last year, according to a lawsuit acquired by TMZ.
The owners are asking for “more than $75,000” in the lawsuit, citing a preposterously long list of damages that include:
• $30,000 in damage to carpets
• Toilets filled with cotton balls and feces
• Extreme water damage throughout the home
• $4,000 in damage to the stove
• A broken elevator
• Marijuana throughout the house
What’s more, a tombstone with “RIP” written on it was placed on the front steps of the property after the lawsuit was sent.
More from TMZ:
The owners say they demanded $42,000 to repair the damage … but the DAY AFTER they sent the demand, a TOMBSTONE with the words “RIP” mysteriously appeared on the front steps of the property. The owners believe it was Noel’s doing and are considering it a death threat.
They’re now suing Noel for all sorts of reasons — including assault (because they believe harm is imminent) and want more than $75,000 for their troubles.
As for Noel, so far no comment from his camp — but according to the suit, he’s demanded his security deposit back.