Cubs president Theo Epstein’s dog soiled floors of Arizona rental home, lawsuit says

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PARADISE VALLEY, Az. — Chicago Cubs president Theo Epstein is being sued by a couple in Arizona who claim his dog soiled the floors in the house he rented.

According to the Phoenix New Times, the lawsuit filed Tuesday said Epstein’s dog left “a terrible odor and urine-stained carpeting.”

Epstein was renting the house in Paradise Valley during Spring Training four years ago.

The homeowners, John and Mary Valentino, said the odor is still there, even after extensive cleaning.

Epstein reportedly moved out of the house because of a scorpion infestation and was later shown a repair of over $51,000, according to the report. The Cubs vice president of communications said the lawsuit is baseless.

 

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