The couple’s lawyer, Marc A. Kuperman, told the Daily Business Review his clients are aware that damages might have been done to the house but nothing close to what Pippen claims happened.
WHAT’S BEING CLAIMED:
- Former NBA superstar Scottie Pippen has named a 5-year-old girl for defacing his Fort Lauderdale mansion with coloring tools in a lawsuit he filed against the young child’s parents.
- Pippen, who filed the suit in December 2018, alleged the girl, who was 4 years old at the time, damaged “certain elements of the property” with markers and crayons, adding that her parents, comedian Lindsay Glazer and Jacob Woloshin, had “responsibility for her conduct.”
- The ex-Chicago Bulls player filed the suit in a Broward County court claimed that Glazer and her husband defaced his Fort Lauderdale, Florida, home, allowing pets to urinate on “anything they chose, ” causing over $109,000 in damages.
NBA legend Scottie Pippen named a 5-year-old girl in a lawsuit he filed against her parents, alleging the young girl of vandalizing his Fort Lauderdale home with crayons and markers.
The ex-Chicago Bulls player filed a lawsuit in December 2018 against comedian Lindsay Glazer and her husband Jacob Woloshin seeking over $109,000 in payment for damages done to his Florida mansion, according to a Miami Herald report on Thursday.
Earlier this month, Pippen amended the lawsuit to include the young girl.
The Basketball Hall of Famer accused a couple of being a “failure as parents” for letting the pre-schooler to “deface certain elements of the property with markers, crayons, and/or cause damage of similar nature,” according to court documents.
In 2017, Glazer and Woloshin rented Pippen’s estate after their home was damaged by Hurricane Irma. Glazer said she paid a security deposit worth $50,000. According to Pippen’s original suit, the deposit wouldn’t cover the damages made to the house. The suit alleged that cabinets and drawers were destroyed and animals were allowed to urinate on “anything they chose.”