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Cam Newton apparently partied way too hard in the Beverly Hills mansion he rented after the Super Bowl, causing nearly $100,000 in damages according to a new lawsuit.

The Carolina Panthers quarterback is being sued by Jared Pobre who manages the luxury home rental company that leased the $11 million mansion to Newton back in March.  According to the lawsuit, obtained by TMZ Sports, Newton paid $123,000 to rent the home for 61 days and agreed there would be NO parties, no smoking, and no more than eight guests.

The problem is, the housekeeper snitched, telling the rental company Newton had been throwing multiple parties and leaving cigarette ashes all over the house.  In the suit, Pobre says his company warned Newton to cut out the funny business, and Cam responded by telling the housekeeper to stop snitching on him.

When Newton moved out, Pobre says the house had been trashed; he broke an expensive fridge, caused water damage to the floors, ruined linens, and worst of all, destroyed a fancy $32,000 rug.  Pobre says they went after Cam for the damages, $90,324.47 in total but he never paid.  Pobre says home repairs took more than two months to complete, so he wants Cam to also pay an additional $180,000 in lost rent, totaling $270,324.47, PLUS legal fees!

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