Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley has been sued.
Is there an echo in here?
Yes, Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley has been sued. Again.
Earlier this week, Haley and his wife found themselves on the wrong end of a legal action arising from allegations that they reneged on a deal to buy a house and trashed the residence, which they had been renting, on their way out. Now, Haley has been sued by a man who agreed to watch the family’s dogs when they moved from Kansas City to Pittsburgh.
According to WPXI-TV, Nick Fiscante claims Haley owes $10,090. A magistrate judge ruled in Fiscante’s favor in August after Haley and his wife didn’t show up for the hearing.
The Haleys appealed the ruling, with Christine Haley arguing that Fiscante “does not have a boarding license and runs an illegal and filthy facility,” that two of the dogs “when returned were extremely aggressive and had to be given away because they were brutally attacking neighborhood dogs,” and that a contract never was in place between the Haleys and Fiscante.
The Steelers have yet to comment on Haley’s ever-expanding portfolio of off-field issues. Haley declined comment on “personal” matters during a Thursday media appearance.