Although he may have the best hairdo in the NBA, landlords better think twice before leasing property to Nerlens Noel in the future.
According to a recent report by TMZ Sports, the 21 year old star power forward of the Philadelphia 76ers trashed the baller pad he rented outside of the Philadelphia area during his rookie season, racking up $42,000 in damages to the home in the process.
The homeowners claim that Noel left behind neon-colored sports drink stains on the carpets throughout the home, clogged toilets filled with feces and cotton balls, a broken elevator, damage to the refrigerator, dishwasher, and stove, along with excessive water damage.
To make matters worse for Nerlens, he also forgot to clean up the marijuana and joint roaches found in the home after he moved out in August 2015.
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The owners of the home demanded the young 76ers big man pay $42,000 to cover the damages left behind during his rookie season, but Noel allegedly responded with an immature rookie move the very next day by placing a tombstone on the front steps of the house reading “R.I.P.”
The homeowners considered the R.I.P. tombstone a death threat, and are now suing Nerlens Noel for over $75,000 for a variety of reasons, including assault. Despite all of the allegations, young Nerlens is demanding he get paid his security deposit back in full.
Regardless of the animal house it appears Nerlens resided in during his rookie season, it’s a surprise he still managed to have the productive rookie year he did last season, as he averaged 9.9 points, 8.1 rebounds, 1.9 blocks, and 1.8 steals over 75 games.