My question involves a relationship in the state of: Arizona
A guy I was dating says he is going to sue me for destruction of property. The property is a DJ board
I went over to his house because he promised to help me with a project for my photography class. Everything was going smooth and we were having fun. He started drinking and smoking. I didn't care about that as long as we got the project done. I let him know that I wanted to finish before it got too late because the project was due the next day and that I didn't want to be up all night. It was going on midnight and I still had a few photos to take. By this time he was high and drunk and apparently tired and annoyed. I guess he figured since I was at his house, I was wasting his time. So I kept asking if he could help me finish up so I can go home. He got upset, accusing me of rushing him. He started yelling, cussing and raising at voice, talking down on me like I'm the bad guy. When I tried to speak my mind and defend myself he would cut me off. Basically, he was on a drunken ramble and wouldn't let me get a word in edgewise. I got extremely upset and kicked over a stool. The stool hit the floor and nothing else. The DJ board was sitting on top of a coffee table. After more yelling I just went home. He didn't tell me about the DJ board until a few days later. I told him I didn't break it because the stool hit the floor. One of us would have seen something the moment it broke. With the DJ board on the table, it was impossible for the stool to break it. There's more to the story but I will stop it here because my main question is can he sue me?
He claims he recorded everything. I had no knowledge that he was recording. He was recording from a laptop in which the DJ board was sitting in front of. I was not in camera view when I kicked over the stool so that can't possibly be seen. I admit that I kicked over the stool (which didn't break by the way) but I did not break the DJ board. Does he have a case? I think he just trying to scare me but I need to know just in case. He sent me a text saying that he submitted the video to his attorney.