Tom Steele of the Dallas Morning News reported on the lawsuit Wednesday, indicating West is part of a support group that mentors Bryant.
Per Steele, West wants between $100,000 and $200,000 in damages. In the lawsuit, his attorneys called the treatment of the home in DeSoto, Texas, "negligent and abusive."
Kim Miale, Bryant's agent, had no comment on the case, according to Steele.
Bryant allegedly refuses to accept responsibility for the property damage, according to West's lawyers. Among the damage caused, per Steele, the rented house was "littered with trash and feces, missing blinds and shutters, with cracked windows and blackened carpeting."
As Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk pointed out, West was Bryant's former attorney and defended him amid a settlement involving money owed for jewelry in 2011 and for a domestic violence case in 2012.
Per Steele, Bryant moved out of West's home in January. The 27-year-old endured a frustrating year this past season when he missed seven games due to an injury after signing a five-year, $70 million contract last offseason.