DALLAS, June 23 (UPI) -- Johnny Manziel isn't the only NFL player in legal trouble this offseason after trashing a rental home.
West, who also served as Bryant's former lawyer, is asking for $100,000 to $200,000 in damages.
Bryant lived at the DeSoto home from September 2013 through January. He leased the house from West. According to that lease, Bryant said he would return the home in the "same condition in which he received it."
According to the lawsuit, it was returned "littered with trash and feces, missing blinds and shutters, with cracked windows and blackened carpeting."
The 6400 sq. ft. home has six bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms in the gated community of Regents Park.
West alleged that "Bryant has been unwilling to accept responsibility for the damage, forcing Mr.. West to file this suit. The lease also forbade Bryant from allowing pets on the property. But Bryant had a pet monkey, according to FOX 4 News.
Bryant, 27, was paying $4,720 a month for the home. In 2014, NFL.com reported that police had been called to the property numerous times.
"I went to the DeSoto [Texas] City Police Department," NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported. "I found six instances of police coming to Dez Bryant's house -- that's where he lives, in DeSoto. Among the incidents -- and none of these were convictions -- there was a harassment incident, there was a robbery at his house, the fire department had to come and unlock his car that had a sleeping baby inside. All of these things give the Cowboys cause for concern. He's had anger management; they have a manager with him at all times. But they are very nervous, and this is one reason they have not wanted to give him the guaranteed money that most elite receivers get."
According to the Dallas Central Appraisal District, the home is valued at $510,000.