Jake Paul’s manager Krista Burditt is being sued over damages made by Jake and Team 10 during his 21st birthday celebration in Aspen, Colorado.
Back in January, Krista rented Isabelle Friedheim’s home as a gift for Jake to celebrate his big 21 with his team and friends. The lawsuit states that Krista encouraged “Team 10 and its individual members to pursue disorderly conduct and excessive and unreasonable noise or nuisance on the property and throughout the residential neighborhood,” the Aspen Times report.
But it doesn’t end there. The lawsuit lists details on how the night went and what the boys were really up to. “The disorderly conduct allowed and encouraged by [Krista Burditt] included … driving vehicles at excessive speeds and in an irresponsible fashion on the property and throughout the neighbourhood; driving vehicles on the property’s lawn, neighbours’ lawns, and on protected open fields throughout the neighbourhood; driving off-road vehicles on the property’s tennis court; pulling individuals on sleds throughout the neighbourhood; driving off-road vehicles on the property and throughout the residential neighbourhood at night; and using microphones and sound systems in the property at excessive noise levels.”
Krista is suspected of knowingly renting the place out to Team 10 in order for them to record the events of that night and gain views on their YouTube channel. Paul’s manager is being required to give up any profit earned from the group’s stay plus any income gained from views, damages made to the house and legal fees.
Check out the video of Jake’s 21st birthday celebration which the lawsuit is referencing below.