Originally posted on NESN.com  |  Last updated 9/4/13
After an offseason filled with legal trouble in the NFL, two more players are facing a lawsuit in connection with a 2012 party. San Francisco 49ers defensive end Aldon Smith and Tennessee Titans tight end, and former 49er, Delanie Walker are being sued by a man named Ronndale Esporlas for illegally firing guns at a house party the two football stars were hosting in San Jose, Calif. in June 2012. Smith and Walked hosted a party on June 29, 2012, charging people $10 for entrance and $5 per drink throughout the night, according to court documents posted by NBC Bay Area. The lawsuit also alleges that both Smith and Walker were intoxicated and took to the balcony of the home and began shooting guns into the air. The suit adds that Walker eventually made his way down to the driveway and began shooting his gun into the air and even toward others at the party. The shooting led to a group of people across the street firing back toward the party. Walker and Smith then returned fire, which left Esporlas in the crossfire of the shootout. Esporlas was shot in the leg twice during the incident, injuries that the lawsuit describes as “serious, catastrophic and permanent.” Neither Smith nor Walker contacted any emergency personnel after the shooting, according to the lawsuit. Have a question for Luke Hughes? Send it to him via Twitter at @LukeFHughes or send it here. Filed under: Headlines, NESN Staff, NFL, San Francisco 49ers

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