Thomas is currently recovering from an ankle procedure he had done in June. He’s expected to miss at least the first month of the regular season, but the Saints should have him back in the lineup at some point this fall.
While his on-field situation is finally trending up, it sounds like Thomas has some business to take care of away from the gridiron.
According to TMZ, Thomas is suing his former landlord in Los Angeles for interrupting his offseason training program and failing to return a $60,000 deposit. He’s reportedly seeking more than $1 million in damages.
NFL star Michael Thomas says his offseason training program was severely disrupted by some nightmare landlords in L.A. … and now, he’s suing, looking for more than $1 MILLION in damages.https://t.co/urETT0Fy5f
— TMZ Sports (@TMZ_Sports) August 25, 2021
The report from TMZ states that Thomas dealt with “nothing but drama” once he arrived to the mansion in the Bel-Air area.
“The 28-year-old says there were issues with the pad’s pool, garage doors and kitchen appliances,” TMZ reported. “Thomas also says reps from the place ‘repeatedly’ showed up to the home unannounced, interrupting Thomas’ workouts.”
Thomas reportedly paid $120,000 for a two-month rental, in addition to the $60,000 deposit. He should’ve received the deposit back from the landlord, but as mentioned before, that apparently didn’t happen.
With so much drama already surrounding Thomas, this is probably the last thing that Saints fans want to hear. On the other hand, Thomas has every right to pursue legal action if these allegations are true.
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