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If you are the Chicago Cubs, you thought you’d heard the last of the Milton Bradley drama having sent his ass off to Oakland. Maybe that’s true in Wrigley Field, but a Chicago-area property owner may not see it that way.
The latest M-Bomb episode involves a Gold Coast landlord; it seems that during his time in Chicago, Bradley was racking up Boardwalk rent and writing Baltic Avenue checks. Pantelis Kotsiopoulos, a Chicago landlord, has filed a suit for nearly $60,000 seeking money for damages as well as unpaid rent from the former Cub.
Kotsiopoulos claims Bradley owes him for $44,000 worth of unpaid rent, as well as alleging Bradley caused $13,900 in damages to his condo. Bradley contends that he gave ample notice before leaving the apartment and argues that Kotsiopoulos never returned Bradley’s $15,000 security deposit.
There is no word as to whether Kotsiopoulos will counter-sue on behalf of the Cubs for Bradley’s failure to look and act like a major league outfielder while he was renting a space at Wrigley Field.