A man claiming to have participated in the 20th annual gathering of Juggalos in a park in Indiana this summer, sued ninjas in action – the company that led the event – for his negligence leads to his injuries. For the record, the plaintiff is NO Juggalo, he filmed a documentary there.
According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, the Juggalos Assembly should have a prohibition rule on golf carts, four-wheelers or motorized vehicles, but it was not enforced. At around 1 am on August 3, the man claims he had driven through the park on a motorized bicycle when he saw a golf cart with the light turned off to see a hill approaching him. He claims he stopped and jumped off his bike, but the driver of the car – Alexander "Less Legs" Perkins – had lost control and had fallen for him. Claimant's lawyer, Brandon Smith of Morgan & Morgan, claims Perkins – a well-known Juggalo – served the golf cart pedals with a baseball bat … because Less Legs misses both legs.
The man also claims that Perkins was under the influence of drugs and / or alcohol.
Perkins claims it's all BS. He tells TMZ that he has permission to use the cart because of his disability, and that he has actually met the alleged victim he calls an illicit motorcyclist. He admits he has used a racket on the pedals, but adds … he was freezing cold and sober.
Less Legs also claims that the guy drove the wrong way on a one-way street and slammed his car in front of the door. He claims he was thrown out of the cart and injured himself.
The alleged victim claimed to have suffered serious and permanent injuries and wants the money to cover past and future medical bills. He is suing Indiana Park along with ninjas in action, but not Perkins.