The last six months for wide receiver Mike Williams have not been great.
The most recent evidence of this fact comes from Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times who reports that an insurance company is suing the Tampa Bay Buccaneer for $54,453 due to a kitchen fire at Williams' house last year. United Property & Casualty Insurance Co. claims Williams "negligently and carelessly" left a pan on the stove and failed to keep an eye on it before a blaze eventually broke out and required the assistance of emergency personnel.
A lawyer representing Williams in the case did not make any comments when asked about the lawsuit.
Apparently, Williams has a track record of destroying property.
Williams is currently in a pretrial intervention program on criminal charges stemming from December. He was arrested for trespassing and criminal mischief charges and forced to pay $43,000 to his landlord in damages to rental property. Shortly thereafter, Williams was also reportedly stabbed in the thigh by his brother, and a lawsuit related to home damages is pending on that too.
Via Pro Football Talk