Found October 13, 2012 on isportsweb.com:
PLAYERS: Ndamukong Suh
TEAMS: Detroit Lions
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This Tuesday, Gregory and Laura Packer filed a lawsuit against Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.
Today, Suh fired back over twitter.
Early Saturday morning, Suh had this to say about his accusers, who say Suh owes them in excess of $200,000.
“Crazy how ignorant ppl are period but especially with a Lil Liqour in their systems! #GETALIFE”
While Suh has not confirmed the tweet is directed at the Packers, it seems this lawsuit isn’t sitting well with the Lions’ third-year DT.
The Packers, who leased a home from Suh, are claiming that Suh required the family to pay him a $100,000 security deposit, and that Suh did not repay it when the family moved out.
The Packers’ attorney, Steven Motta, also accused Suh of violating the security deposit law, which states that a security deposit cannot be more than 1.5 times the monthly rent.
Suh is no stranger to conflicts with Packers; Lions fans just hope this one doesn’t get him suspended two games.
This occurs amidst allegations that Suh sideswiped a motorist and drove off.  After Suh pulled off the hit-and-run, the alleged victim followed Suh to the Lions’ practice facility, where Suh screamed at the other driver.

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