For most 5-year-olds, alleged crayon vandalism is punishable by chores or a “time-out.” But in basketball star Scottie M. Pippen’s book, it warrants a formal complaint in Broward Circuit Court.

The ex-Chicago Bulls player originally sued lawyer-turned-comedian Lindsay Glazer Woloshin and her husband Jacob Woloshin in December 2018, accusing them of trashing his Fort Lauderdale mansion and causing more than $100,000 worth of damage.

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