Eagles' Jay Ajayi reportedly sued for trashing mansion, shoving owner

Philadelphia Eagles Jay Ajayi runs the ball during practice at the team's NFL football training facility in Philadelphia Friday Jan. 26 2018

Philadelphia Eagles Jay Ajayi runs the ball during practice at the team's NFL football training facility in Philadelphia Friday Jan. 26 2018

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 allegedly ignored that request and threw three of them.

A representative for Ajayi denied the claims to TMZ.

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.

TMZ is reporting Ajayi spent five days in a mansion in Los Angeles rented off the website Airbnb following the Eagles' Super Bowl win over the Patriots in February.

The suit accuses Ajayi of throwing parties at the mansion despite being told that wasn't permitted.

In fact, the owner claims he charged a $5,000 fee for each party at the home. which Ajayi never paid.

This is also according to TMZ, which updated its original report with word from an Ajayi spokesperson, who said the "lawsuit is bogus" and denied that Ajayi ever damaged any property.

The gossip site claims that the owner of the mansion has sued 24-year-old Ajayi for $25,000 in damages after Ajayi hosted parties at the "swanky 6,000 square foot pad located above the famous Sunset Strip", despite the property's strict no-parties rule. He ran for 408 yards on 70 carries for the Eagles in seven games, and scored two touchdowns.

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