Andrew Bynum didn't play a whole lot of basketball during his time with the Philadelphia 76ers. But apparently, he did do some serious damage when he was with the team, at least as far as his condominium was concerned.

Recently, the landlord who rented Bynum a $10,000-per-month condo when he was traded to the Sixers back in 2012 filed a lawsuit against him and asked a judge to order Bynum to pay him $50,000 for damage done to the place. According to the complaint, which was filed yesterday, Bynum "damaged the leased premises and, otherwise, breached the lease by failing to surrender the leased premises in the same condition in which it was leased to defendant in that furnishing." And the landlord wants him to pay up for it.

We can't say we're surprised. After all, Bynum was sued by his former Los Angeles neighbors back in 2012 for allegedly being a huge pain in the ass. But you would think that, because of that, Bynum would know that he can't run around and trash condos and expect nothing to happen.

If you want to read the full complaint filed against him, see below. When is this guy going to learn?

Bynum Complaint

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[via Crossing Broad]