Andrew Bynum files lawsuit, neighbors fire back with drug, gun accusations
Andrew Bynum sued his next door neighbors in Westchester, California. The lawsuit alleges that Ramond and Cindy Beckett have thrown coins at Bynum's Ferrari, chipping the paint. It also accuses the Becketts of banging on the side of Bynum's house with a long stick.
The Becketts say that Bynum's lawsuit was a preemptive measure that came when Bynum knew that the couple planned to file suit against the Sixer. They promptly responded with a countersuit that accuses Bynum of brandishing a gun to intimidate them, allowing weed smoke to drift next door, blasting his video games at "window shaking volumes," letting his dogs run loose through the neighborhood, racing his luxury cars, and blasting rap music with profane lyrics—specifically "Currency" by Trina, featuring Lil Wayne and Rick Ross—at loud volumes.
Bynum has denied the allegations and the Becketts have sold their home since the lawsuit was filed. [TMZ]