Eagle Jay Ajayi Sued for "Trashing" Airbnb Mansion After Super Bowl

Eagle Jay Ajayi Sued for

Eagle Jay Ajayi Sued for "Trashing" Airbnb Mansion After Super Bowl

The owner says Ajayi threw parties when he wasn't permitted to and damaged the property. The owner then confronted Ajayi for the fees when the running back allegedly then shoved him.

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.

Instead they claim the owner tried to get Jay and his friend to pay him cash directly - bypassing the Airbnb website - so they say they left the house several days early. but still paid the full rate.

A new lawsuit alleges that Philadelphia Eagles running back Jay Ajayi trashed a mansion days after winning the Super Bowl, according to TMZ. He also alleges that Ajayi broke a table, scratched the floors and violated the no smoking rule.

The suit has no merit, according to a rep of Ajayi's that spoke with TMZ on Monday evening.

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Ajayi reportedly told TMZ that he never laid a finger on the property owner, never damaged the property and never hosted a party there.

According to a summary of the lawsuit from TMZ Sports, Ajayi stayed at the house after the Eagles won the Super Bowl and threw multiple parties despite being told not to by the owner.

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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