You gotta believe that Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard will see his landlord in court!
Syndergaard tried to set the record straight on Twitter Saturday in a heated dispute with his landlord — who claims the 27-year-old athlete failed to pay any rent on the $27,000-a-month Tribeca penthouse he signed up for.
The landlord is insisting Syndergaard honor the eight-month lease the hurler had signed in February.
“I fairly, and in good faith, offered to pay 2 months rent (over 50K) to a landlord for a place I was never going to step foot in due to a global pandemic that took a severe toll on the residents of NYC,” Syndergaard began his Twitter missive.
The Mets star, nicknamed Thor, said he gave timely notice so that the landlord of 116 Hudson St. could try to re-rent the three-bedroom duplex.
The landlord — countering that a contract is a contract — had filed a lawsuit against Syndergaard, who is recovering in a Florida rehab facility after undergoing a successful Tommy John surgery, it was revealed Friday.
The lawsuit seeks $250,000 for the full value of the lease.
“The landlord tries to extort me for 250K while leaking this story to the media, and I’m the bad…