Chris Bosh’s NBA career is still on hold at the moment because of his ongoing health concerns, but that isn’t stopping him from making headlines in the middle of the NBA Playoffs. But unfortunately for him, they’re not the kind of headlines he’s accustomed to making during the postseason, and they’re drawing the wrong kind of attention towards him and his family.

According to TMZ Sports, Bosh and his wife Adrienne are currently being sued by the creators of X-Art, an adult film company that specializes in—again, according to TMZ Sports—"people hardcore banging each other in classy settings." X-Art founders Colette and Brigham Field have reportedly filed a suit against the Boshes after renting out their 10,755-square-foot mansion in Pacific Palisades, California and finding less than ideal conditions inside of it. The Fields paid $46,000 in rent in addition to a $92,000 security deposit in December 2016 to use the home. But when they moved in, they noticed a handful of issues, including:

  • Toxic mold
  • Water leaks
  • Plumbing problems
  • Rat droppings
  • Poor internet connectivity

In the lawsuit, the Fields claim they had to "seek medical assistance for sickness and rashes" related to the mold. They also claim they were never given their security deposit back after leaving the home, despite the concerns they had over the condition of the mansion.

The Fields are now seeking their $92,000 security deposit as well as an unspecified amount of money. Their lawsuit was filed in L.A. County Superior Court. As of right now, the Boshes have not responded to the lawsuit publicly.

It appears as though the mansion may be the same mansion that Childish Gambino rented out back in 2013 to record Because the Internet. He referred to it as "The Temple" in interviews after the project was released and didn’t express any concerns with the upkeep of the home.