Chris Bosh and his wife are being sued. … by a company that produces pornographic videos, according to TMZ Sports.
The creators of X-Art, a company that shoots erotic videos and photographs in high class settings, rented a beach mansion in Pacific Palisades owned by Chris and Adrienne Bosh. The company paid $138,000 for the first month, including $46,000 rent and $92,000 security deposit.
But Colette and Brigham Field, who created X-Art, say soon after moving into the 10,755 square foot mansion they noticed toxic mold, leaks, plumbing issues and rat droppings.
In their lawsuit, filed in L.A. County Superior Court and obtained by TMZ Sports, the Fields are attempting to recover their $92,000 security deposit plus unspecified damages but the Boshes have refused.
Bosh, 33, technically remains a part of the Miami Heat although he has not played in an NBA game for 15 months. The 11-time All-Star spent this season away from the team after failing a physical in September due to recurring blood clot issues and was listed as inactive for all 82 games.
Bosh made $23.7 million last season and is due to make more than $52 million over the next two years whether he plays again or not. Bosh has signed contracts worth nearly $250 million during his 14-year career.
The Heat are expecting to release Bosh by July 1.
Bosh bought the Mediterranean-style home in Pacific Highlands in 2012 for $9.4 million and has previously listed the home for short- and long-term lease, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The mansion was listed for sale in 2014, starting at $14.5 million before dropping to $12.5 million.