Looks like Scottie Pippen isn't happy with renters that took over his pad, and he's suing comedienne Lindsay Glazer.
As reported Tuesday by Courthouse News, Pippen’s Miami-based Scottie M. Pippen Revocable Trust is suing comedienne Lindsay Glazer Woloshin and her husband, Jacob Woloshin for leaving his $10 million dollar mansion on Del Lago Drive in Fort Lauderdale “trashed” and for “literally stealing personal items, including a Cuisinart knife set and other utensils,” according to court documents.
Glazer is a comic nicknamed “The Alphabitch.”
He seeks more than $102,000 in damages.
Glazer Woloshin’s publicist James Judge ssued a news release on her behalf Wednesday. In it, she called the lawsuit “inaccurate” and disputed Pippen’s charge that she lifted his utensils.
Glazer Woloshin said “to help Scottie out” she launched a GoFundMe crowdfunding campaign on Wednesday to replace Pippen’s missing knife set.
“Making the list of the most financially irresponsible players in NBA history is no easy feat, so we’re turning to the public to help him out in these trying times,” Glazer Woloshin said in Judge’s news release, citing a 2012 Bleacher Report story. “While we’re not responsible for the alleged damage and missing items he and his attorneys claim, we want to raise the whole $13.83 by turning to Mr. Pippen’s fans.”
Pippen is suing for $109,317 and 62 cents to reimburse the trust for damages to the six-bedroom, 13,500-square-foot manse. He alleges these damages include:
▪ “Allowing her ‘domestic animals’ to urinate on furniture, linens, beds, floors, carpets and basically anything they chose.”
The lease listed that Lindsay and Jacob Woloshin would be living there with their 4-year-old daughter, a lab dog, a cat and a nanny/housekeeper.
▪ Damaging the front gate and home entertainment system and “destroying countless cabinets and drawers,” according to the suit.
▪ Causing the home to become infested with insects, neglecting its care, “allowing many aspects of the home to fall into disrepair.”
▪ And removing personal household items that included the Cuisinart knife set, along with failing to pay the rent when due and using the home for commercial use. Also, “failure to return the property to [the] plaintiff in the same condition in which it was tendered.”
You can check out more of Glazer's comedic stylings below:
Stand-up renters are the worst.
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