Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Eagles' Jay Ajayi sued for allegedly partying too hard after Super Bowl

Eagles' Jay Ajayi sued for allegedly partying too hard after Super Bowl

Philadelphia Eagles running back Jay Ajayi is reportedly the subject of a lawsuit centered around his behavior while staying in a Los Angeles mansion.

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

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

According to TMZ, the owner said he charged Ajayi a $5,000 fee for each of the three alleged parties but Ajayi didn't pay.

Ajayi was in Los Angeles to appear on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" with fellow Eagles running back Corey Clement on February 5, though it's unclear if his appearance coincides with the dates of the alleged incident.

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The owner claims Ajayi and his friends broke a table, scratched some floors and did not respect the no smoking policy.

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.

On Feb. 18, the owner said he confronted Ajayi, and claims the running back pushed him "in a menacing and threatening manner", and local security had to remove him.

Here in Philadelphia, we certainly partied hard after the Eagles' Super Bowl win.

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. He also tallied 873 rushing yards during the regular season for the Eagles and Miami Dolphins.

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