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Scottie Pippen includes 5-year-old in his lawsuit for vandalism

Scottie Pippen

Chicago Bulls legend Scottie Pippen is not kidding around about the recent lawsuit he filed pertaining to the alleged vandalism on his Florida mansion. So much so, that the Hall of Famer has even decided to include a five-year-old girl in the lawsuit.

Devoun Cetoute of the Chicago Tribune details how Pippen is pressing charges on a couple and their five-year-old daughter. The family had rented the seven-time All-Star’s luxury mansion for a few months between 2017 and 2018. Upon finishing their short-term lease, Pippen alleged that the family defaced his home, and this is what prompted him to file the lawsuit.

Earlier this month, Pippen amended his lawsuit to accuse an unexpected person of vandalizing his Fort Lauderdale, Fla., mansion: Glazer Woloshin’s 5-year-old daughter. The amended lawsuit says the girl defaced his property with crayons and markers and that her vandalizing ways show Glazer Woloshin and Jacob Woloshin failed as parents.

According to the report, Pippen’s camp is looking to receive a payout of close to $100,000 for the damages that were done on his pad. Obviously, the six-time NBA champ is extremely serious about getting back his alleged losses, as he has gone to the extent of including an innocent toddler in his lawsuit. Honestly, I didn’t even think you could sue a child at this age.

It is understandable how Pippen must have been left fuming upon learning how the family mistreated a home he had built with his hard-earned money. However, to include a young girl in this mess does sound a bit overboard, right?