Most ridiculous lawsuits USA: Suspect in MTSU player’s death sues apartment complex for not intervening

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MURFREESBORO — A former MTSU student accused of stabbing a Lady Raider basketball player to death at Raiders Crossing Apartments in 2011 is suing the complex and its management company for failing to separate the two despite knowing they had problems with one another.

The lawsuit, filed Wednesday by attorney Joe Brandon Jr. on behalf of 19-year-old Shanterrica Madden, comes on the heels of a lawsuit filed a little more than two weeks ago by an attorney representing the family of slain basketball star Tina Stewart.

That suit also named Raiders Crossing Apartment and its management company, ACC OP Management LLC of Delaware, as contributing to the incident that led to Stewart’s death at their 1350 Hazelwood St. apartment on March 2, 2011.

The 21-year-old Stewart was living there when authorities said she was fatally stabbed by then-18-year-old Madden.

Madden is scheduled to go to trial on charges of first-degree murder and tampering with evidence May 7 in Rutherford County Criminal Circuit Court ...

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