Two NFL players sued over $9,332 nightclub bill

Lions defensive tackle A’Shawn Robinson and Buccaneers offensive lineman Caleb Benenoch are being sued over a $9,332 bar tab at a Hollywood night club.

Robinson and Benenoch were invited by Richard Harrington to Hyde nightclub in March and racked up the four-figure bar tab. But when it came time to pay the bill, each player’s credit card was declined. Harrington agreed to pay the bill, as long as Robinson and Benenoch paid him back.

In the lawsuit obtained by TMZ Sports and later acquired by ESPN, Harrington claims each player sent him $2,000, but left him with the remaining $5,332.

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