CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is being sued after allegedly causing damage to the $11 million mansion he rented out for two months following the Super Bowl, TMZ reported.

Newton is said to have paid $123,000 in March to rent out the property for 61 days but allegedly did not leave the property in the same condition as when he arrived.

In the lawsuit obtained by TMZ, Jared Pobre, husband of World Wrestling Entertainment star Stacy Kiebler and the manager of the Beverly Hills property, Newton caused nearly $100,000 worth of damages from all the parties he threw.

TMZ reported that the rental agreement in the lawsuit explained that Newton would not be throwing parties, smoking on the premises and would not have more than eight guests. However, according to Pobre as stated in the lawsuit, when Newton moved out of the mansion the refrigerator was broken, the floors had water damage, the linens were ruined and a $32,000 rug had been destroyed.

In the lawsuit, Pobre is also seeking an additional $180,000 due to the rent he lost after spending more than two months to repair the damaged property, TMZ reported.

WCNC, a sister station of WFMY News 2 has reached out to the Carolina Panthers spokesperson but has not heard back at this time.