Ndamukong Suh, sister file countersuit over home dispute

Leon Halip

Ndamukong Suh and his sister filed a countersuit against a couple over a Birmingham home dispute.

Ndamukong Suh and his sister have filed a countersuit against a couple who initially sued them in a Birmingham home dispute, according to a report by Dave Phillips of The Oakland Press on Thursday.

Initially, Gregory and Laura Packer sued Suh and his sister, Ngum Suh, a month ago looking for two times the total of a $100,000 security deposit put down on a home in Birmingham, Mich. Upon signing the lease in mid-March, the Packers stated that they paid the deposit when they signed the agreement.

The Suhs, in their countersuit filed earlier in the week, claimed that they bought the home from the couple and that, according to the report, the $100,000 deposit was supposed to be held in escrow. Additionally, the Suhs state the while the house was supposed to be clean and cleared of any debris, it was damaged and also had dog feces and urine stains, as well as personal property still on the property, according to the article.

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