Report: Cam Newton sued for allegedly trashing Beverly Hills mansion with post-Super Bowl parties

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Cam Newton #1 of the Carolina Panthers reacts after a 4th quarter touchdown against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during their game at Bank of America Stadium on January 3, 2016 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is being sued for allegedly causing nearly $100,000 in damages from post-Super Bowl parties at a Beverly Hills mansion he rented, the website TMZ reported.

Newton was sued by Jared Pobre, husband of World Wrestling Entertainment star Stacy Kiebler and the manager of the luxury home rental firm that leased the $11 million property to Newton last March, according to TMZ.

According to the lawsuit, obtained by TMZ Sports, Newton paid $123k to rent the place for 61 days — and agreed there would be no parties, no smoking and no more than eight guests.

Newton leased the site for two months, TMZ reported, and the house was allegedly trashed after multiple parties, where damages included a broken fridge, ruined linens and destruction of a $32,000 rug.

Pobre is also seeking $180,000 in lost rent because it took more than two months to repair the house, TMZ stated.