You shouldn't throw stones if you live in a glass house. You shouldn't throw parties, either.
According to TMZ, Meek Mill is being sued by a landlord for breaking a lease agreement by throwing a wild Grammy weekend party in a rented Beverly Hills glass mansion and severely damaging the property.
The landlord tells the website that when Meek and his camp signed a week-long lease, the property's management company warned them "not to think about having the Grammy party" in the mansion. The landlord also claims that the lease was limited to the MMG rapper having no more than six people on the property.
Meek's Grammy party wound up having 1,000 attendees, with 994 trespassing. The lawsuit alleges that the mansion was left thrashed with cracked furniture and the building's glass landscaping broken. No one was arrested, but TMZ says it took police hours to clear out the neighborhood.
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