Life seemed to be rough in Brooklyn for Paul Pierce on and off the court.
Pierce and his wife rented a $30,000-a-month Tribeca rental apartment — that they ruined according to a new lawsuit by his former landlords.
The unit’s owners claim the 6-foot-7, 235-pound All-Star ripped out wooden floors and window blinds, broke a glass door, damaged marble countertops and stained the bathroom floors among other wreckage.
he Manhattan Supreme Court suit comes two days after Pierce pushed a Sacramento Kings player into the crowd, sending his opponent crashing into a small child.
Anuragini Pandey and Rajeev Tewari, owners of a 4-bedroom loft at 90 Franklin St. where Mariah Carey owns the penthouse, are suing Pierce and his wife, Julie, for more than $425,000 in damages and back rent.
The Singapore-based landlords say the Pierces “unilaterally” cut their two-year lease short in 2014 after the NBA player bolted the Nets to sign a two-year, $11 million deal with the Washington Wizards.
Pierce and wife reportedly did their own renovations on the pad.
The couple left the $3.725 million apartment in “shambles,” replacing wooden floors with pink carpet and removing a stone fireplace hearth and washer and drier, the suit says.
The lease, signed in August 2013, required the tenants to leave the 5,000-square-foot, full-floor loft “in a certain professional condition” instead the famous forward showed “complete disrespect” for the property, according to the filing.
The unit looked like a tornado swept through it when the Pierces vacated in August 2014.
According to court papers the “horrendous condition” also included damaged radiator covers, broken halogen lights, busted kitchen tiling, and a destroyed shower head, towel hanger soap dish, and cabinet door.
The Pierces, who have three children, did not return messages. Their rep also did not return a call.