In December 2016, Chris Bosh rented out his 10,755-square-foot mansion in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood of Los Angeles to X-Art, a company that makes porn videos.

X-Art reportedly paid $46,000 for the first month’s rent and another $92,000 for a security deposit. But according to TMZ, when the company showed up at the house, they found “crazy toxic mold, leaks, plumbing issues, rat droppings” and also, for what it’s worth, bad internet access. X-Art founders Colette and Brigham Field say Bosh refused to return their security deposit.

So now the Fields are suing Bosh and his wife Adrienne, claiming that they “had to seek medical assistance for sickness and rashes that they suffered from the time when the mold could be seen and smelled,” according to TMZ.

Well, it’s hard to know what to make of this one. Bosh hasn’t publicly addressed the lawsuit yet, so all we have to go on is a TMZ report about the claims of a porn company. Maybe X-Art is going after Bosh as a publicity stunt? But if that’s the case, they might have trouble booking other giant mansions for their upscale porn shoots.

We’ll have to wait to see how the lawsuit plays out. But in the future, Bosh might want to have his house cleaned before renting it out. You know, just in case.

[TMZ]

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