She’s not taking Clay Aiken’s crap.
The “American Idol” star has been sued by a neighbor in his W. 110th St. building after he or one of his guests clogged a toilet and flooded the next-door condo apartment, according to a new suit.
Elizabeth Rothstein alleges in papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court that Aike or a guest “misused the toilet” on Jan. 21, jamming it with “improper foreign materials and/or improper amounts of materials.”
Rothstein says Aiken now owes her $ 60,000 becuase he “negligently operated and maintained” the toilet.
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Her suit, which she filed without an attorney, also names the owner Aiken’s condo as a defendant.
Aiken, of North Carolina, rose to fame in the second season of “American Idol” in 2003. He was the runner-up that year, but went on to release a multi-platinum debut album, “Measure of a Man.”
In 2014, he was the Democratic Party’s losing candidate for the 2nd Congressional District. He landed in the headlines again in June when he said then-television personality Donald Trump did not decide which contestants were fired on “Celebrity Apprentice.” Aiken was a contestant on the show in 2012.
Calls to Aiken and Rothstein were not immediately returned on Wednesday.
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