The 24-year-old is being sued by the owner of a swanky 6,000 square foot pad located above the famous Sunset Strip ... where the RB and a friend stayed back in February for 5 days after Ajayi won the Super Bowl.
According to the suit, Ajayi and his buddy threw at least 3 parties at the house despite the fact they were specifically told -- NO PARTIES!
In fact, the owner claims he charged a $5,000 fee for each party at the home ... which Ajayi never paid.
Additionally, the owner claims Ajayi broke a table, scratched some floors and violated the no smoking rule.
In total, Ajayi racked up $25,000 in penalty fees -- but when the owner confronted Jay on Feb. 18, he claims Ajayi “pushed [him] on [his] chest in a menacing and threatening manner.”
Ajayi’s camp reached out to TMZ to deny all claims made against the Eagles running back.
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.
Les Bowen reports the man who is suing Ajayi is the same guy who once sued Beyoncé back in 2010.
Have you seen Beyoncé’s video for “Why Don’t You Love Me”? She engages in some high-heeled homemaking, spills her martini, dusts her Grammys, and wiggles all over a house in Mt. Olympus. It looks like fun! But on the other side of the camera, Philip Markowitz, the man who lives across the street from that Mt. Olympus house, says he suffered “inconvenience, annoyance, ridicule, scorn, embarrassment, humiliation, and hurt feelings” throughout its day-long shoot (So did Beyoncé’s character in the video, coincidentally.). He filed suit last week against Beyoncé, the shoot’s production coordinator, and a couple of companies involved, and is asking for $25,000, according to the AP. TMZ has the filing, and it leads off with the fancy neighborhood offensive: “Houses in [Mt. Olympus] range in value, all in the millions of dollars. People in that community, including without limitation Mr. Markowitz, pay for and reasonably expect some level of peace and privacy in and around their homes.”
Funny enough, the $25,000 that he sued Beyoncé for is the same amount that Ajayi is getting sued. Hmm.
This “case” will likely have no impact on Ajayi’s availability this season.