A-Rod reportedly facing $100 million lawsuit from former brother-in-law

A-Rod is slumping on the field and has a new distraction off the field.

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New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez is facing another legal issue.

Rodriguez’s former brother-in-law has filed a $100,000,000 lawsuit against him, according to the New York Daily News.

Constantine Scurtis, the brother of Rodriguez’s ex-wife Cynthia, alleges Rodriguez committed insurance and mortgage fraud in the aftermath of Hurricane Ike with Newport Property Ventures Ltd. –€“ a real estate business that was then run by Rodriguez and Scurtis.

Among Scurtis’ other allegations: Rodriguez "wrongfully" forced Scurtis out of that real estate company in 2008 and recently filed a false tax return that resulted in the IRS putting a $388,000 lien on Scurtis’ home.

The Daily News reports Scurtis’ complaint accuses Rodriguez of "breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, civil conspiracy, unjust enrichment and tortious interference."