Jake Paul Allegedly Trashed A Woman's House And Now His Manager Is Getting Sued

5 July 2018, 12:50

Jake Paul
Jake Paul. Picture: Frazer Harrison

By Josh Lee

Jake Paul's manager is being sued after Jake and the rest of the Team 10 crew allegedly trashed a woman's home, Aspen Times reports.

According to reports, In January Jake's manager Krista Burditt rented Isabelle Friedheim's home in Aspen, Colorado, as a venue for Jake's 21st birthday celebrations. The lawsuit claims that Krista directed "Team 10 and its individual members to pursue disorderly conduct and excessive and unreasonable noise or nuisance on the property and throughout the residential neighborhood."

The lawsuit also states that, "The disorderly conduct allowed and encouraged by [Krista Burditt] included … driving vehicles at excessive speeds and in an irresponsible fashion on the property and throughout the neighbourhood; driving vehicles on the property's lawn, neighbours' lawns, and on protected open fields throughout the neighbourhood; driving off-road vehicles on the property's tennis court; pulling individuals on sleds throughout the neighbourhood; driving off-road vehicles on the property and throughout the residential neighbourhood at night; and using microphones and sound systems in the property at excessive noise levels."

Footage of some of these allegations can be seen in Jake's birthday vlog:

The lawsuit demands that Krista gives up any profit earned from the group's stay in Aspen, including income from video views, as well as damages and legal fees.