Eli Manning and the New York Giants are facing a lawsuit over selling fake gear.
- The lawsuit claims that Manning and the Giants sold fake “game-worn” equipment.
- Manning and the Giants plan to fight the lawsuit and say that it is “without merit.”
- The lawsuit was filed by Eric Inselberg, a memorabilia dealer located in New Jersey.
- Inselberg, along with six other dealers, were accused of selling fake merchandise in 2011.
- Inselberg was also linked to a fake Michael Jordan warmup jacket in 2007.
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