Cam Newton sued over trashed Beverly Hills mansion rental.
According to a report by TMZ, the Carolina Panthers quarterback is being sued for $270,324.47 to cover repairs and lost rent for a mansion that he rented after last season's Super Bowl.
The Carolina Panthers QB is being sued by Stacy Keibler's husband, Jared Pobre -- who manages the luxury home rental company that leased an $11 MILLION pad to Newton back in March.
When Newton moved out, Pobre says the house had been trashed -- he broke an expensive fridge, caused water damage to the floors, ruined linens and worst of all ... destroyed a fancy $32,000 rug.
According to the report, the reigning NFL MVP agreed not to throw any parties and that there would be no more than eight guests at the property. The damages totaled over $90 thousand, which Newton allegedly never paid. The figure moved up to over $270 thousand due to two months of repairs and lost rent.
Cam Newton's 2016 season is off to a rough start. The NFC Champions are 1-3, and the star quarterback has taken a beating behind a struggling offensive line. He left Sunday's game against division rival Atlanta Falcons early with a concussion. This lawsuit certainly won't help matters.