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Philadelphia Eagles defensive deal with Malik Jackson has filed a lawsuit towards the famed West Coast Customs automobile store following a dispute about the price to makeover two of his autos.
TMZ Sports activities reported Saturday that Jackson is looking for over $187,000 from the California firm for breach of contract based mostly on misquoted costs to overtake his Chevy Gasser and Chevy Cruiser, which have been in WCC’s store since final July.
Jackson alleged in courtroom paperwork the corporate is looking for to cost him an additional $150,000 for the Cruiser and $37,000 for the Gasser earlier than returning the finished automobiles, per TMZ.
West Coast Customs did not return the outlet’s request for touch upon the lawsuit.
The corporate was beforehand spotlighted on two tv reveals, MTV’s Pimp My Trip and TLC’s Road Customs.
Jackson signed a three-year, $30 million contract with the Eagles in March 2019. He beforehand performed for the Denver Broncos and Jacksonville Jaguars, incomes $67.three million to this point in his profession, in accordance with OverTheCap.
The 30-year-old Los Angeles native made one look for Philadelphia final season earlier than struggling a season-ending foot damage.
He is anticipated to compete with Javon Hargrave for a beginning job alongside Fletcher Cox in the midst of the Eagles’ line of defense in 2020. Coaching camp is scheduled to open Tuesday.
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