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Popular Sports Commentator Michael Irvin Sues Misconduct Accuser For $100 Million

Popular Sports Commentator Michael Irvin Sues Misconduct Accuser For $100 Million

Michael Irvin is suing misconduct accuser (Jane Doe,) who he had a brief encounter with at Renaissance Hotel, for a whopping $100 million.

According to Irvin, Jane Doe accused him of misconduct, and without a fair hearing, Renaissance Hotel went ahead to report the alleged false incident to the NFL attempting to damage his reputation and further get him canceled.

Michael and his lawyer accused the hotel manager of possibly plotting the incident with the accuser in order for him to be canceled. According to Michael’s attorney Levi McCatheren, Michael lost money due to canceled appearances (e.g Super Bowl) and also, his reputation has been affected by the alleged false allegation. So they are demanding $100 million compensation and also the truth!

The exact misconduct Michael has been accused of is not yet now; however, the dude is positive about his innocence and hence ready to clear his name.

Via TMZ;

Michael Irvin filed a scathing $100 million lawsuit against the woman who accused the NFL legend of misconduct, alleging he’s being “railroaded” with false accusations that are ruining his career.

The lawsuit, obtained by TMZ Sports, was filed Thursday afternoon … after Irvin says the hotel where he was staying concocted a plan to turn him into the next victim of “cancel culture” over something he says never happened.

“Rash and thoughtless actions can have severe consequences. Marriott [parent company of Renaissance Hotels] apparently did not appreciate these simple truths when, in a rush to judgment, its employees and management inaccurately and inflammatorily accused Mr. Irvin of misconduct to the National Football League,” the lawsuit reads.

According to the lawsuit, witnesses (in the above photo) backed Irvin’s initial claim that he “casually exchanged pleasantries” with the employee (“Jane Doe”), “shook her hand, and went to his room alone.”

However, once Irvin and his team became aware of the allegations, they say they attempted to provide witness accounts to the hotel in an effort to rectify any misunderstanding, but they say the Renaissance refused to listen.

In fact, the lawsuit accuses the hotel manager of reporting the alleged incident to the NFL “with the intention of damaging that relationship and canceling [Irvin].”

Levi McCathern, Michael’s attorney, says his client’s reputation has not only been damaged, but he’s also lost out on money — canceled appearances — as a result of the false allegations.

Irvin is seeking in excess of $100,000,000.

The Hall of Famer’s attorney tells us … “It is clear Michael is the latest victim of our cancel culture where all it takes is an accusation to ruin a person’s life. Michael looks forward to clearing his name in court and hopes the Court of public opinion will see the truth come out as well.”

Of course, 56-year-old Irvin was yanked from NFL Network’s Super Bowl coverage after a hotel employee complained about Michael’s alleged behavior during a brief interaction Sunday night.

The specifics of the accusers allegations are still not known publicly.

Irvin, one of the most popular media personalities in sports, was set to be one of NFLN’s and ESPN’s faces of their Super Bowl coverage.

Management of Renaissance Hotel is yet to comment on the million-dollar case; however, be sure to get updated when necessary on the unfolding lawsuit drama.

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