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76ers Nerlens Noel Sued For Clogging Toilets, Damaging Carpets, & Leaving Weed In Apt (Photos)

by: Black Adam Schefter On  Friday, April 8, 2016

Philadelphia 76ers star Nerlens Noel is trouble with a home owner who is suing him for destroying the home he was renting.

TMZ has the details:

“The 21-year-old Philadelphia 76ers star rented a 4,800 square foot home outside of Philly back in September 2014 — paying $54,000 for a 1 year lease. But he not only trashed the place and left weed throughout the home … he also allegedly threatened the owners after he moved out.”

Here’s the crazy list of damaged property the homeowner says Noel left:

– “Splashed neon colored sports drinks (such as Gatorade) on the carpets throughout the home.”
– $30,000 in other damage to carpets
– Extreme water damage throughout the home
– Clogged toilets filled with cotton balls and feces

(In fact, the owners say the plumber who fixed the toilet told them the damage was so bad he told them, “Someone must not like you.”)

– Broken elevator (it’s a baller house)
– $4,000 in damage to the stove
– damage to the fridge
– damage to the blinds
– damage to dishwasher
– torn window screens

The owners say they also found weed and roaches from joints in the home — including pieces of marijuana in the master bathroom drawers.

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.

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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.

Here’s the photos the homeowner took and provided in the lawsuit:

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