It’s been a bad year for Todd Haley.
The embattled Steelers offensive coordinator, who survived what some believed would be a bye-week firing, now finds himself on the wrong end of a civil lawsuit.
According to WPXI-TV, Haley and his wife have been sued for reneging on a deal to purchase a million-dollar home in Pittsburgh, and of leaving the property in disarray.
Per the lawsuit filed in Allegheny County by Williamson and Jefferson Inc., Todd and Christine Haley agreed to rent the newly-built home for $6,000 per month until their house in Kansas had been sold.
Williamson and Jefferson claims that the Haleys sold the Kansas home in March, but still didn’t buy the home in Pittsburgh. The Haleys said the sale of the Kansas home had been derailed by a spider infestation. The company rejected a request to extend the lease agreement, evicting the Haleys from the home in August.
The lawsuit alleges that the builders found the home “stripped of fixtures, appliances and plants, shrubs and landscaping” after the Haleys moved out.