Chris Bosh sued by adult film company that rented his mansion
Miami Heat star Chris Bosh is being sued by an adult film company. Don’t worry, it’s not what you think.
According to a lawsuit obtained by TMZ, Bosh and his wife Adrienne are being sued by the creators of the adult film company X-Art over the condition of the couple’s mansion. Colette and Brigham Field, who run X-Art, claim they rented the mansion in Dec. 2016 and put down $138,000, which included the first month’s rent and a security deposit. Apparently the 10,755-square foot Pacific Palisades home was in terrible condition.
The lawsuit states that Bosh’s home was filled with mold, plumbing issues and rat feces. The Fields claim they “had to seek medical assistance for sickness and rashes that they suffered from the time when the mold could be seen and smelled.” They also stated that they tried to get their $92,000 security deposit back, but Bosh refused and has since let other people move into the home. The Fields are now demanding the $92,000 back plus unspecified damages.
Oh, and as a side note, the internet access was horrible. You can’t film a good smut scene without Wi-Fi in this day and age, right?
Bosh, who has not appeared in an NBA game since early last year due to a blot clot condition, has dealt with a lot of drama in recent months. Though, it sounds like things between him and the team improved a bit recently. Apparently his lawyers have their hands full on and off the court.