sue the pants off (of) (one)

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sue the pants off (of) (one)

To sue one for a huge sum of money, especially if it is all or more than one is able to pay. He threatened to sue the pants off me if I ever published the things we had just discussed. With all the evidence we've got, we'll be able to sue the pants off of their company.
See also: off, pant, sue

sue the pants off (of) someone

Sl. to sue someone for a lot of money. (Of is usually retained before pronouns.) If they harm me in any way, I'll sue the pants off of them. He sued the pants off his landlord.
See also: off, pant, sue

sue the pants off (of) someone

tv. to sue someone for a lot of money. If they do it, I’ll sue the pants off of them.
See also: of, off, pant, someone, sue

sue the pants off someone

verb
See also: off, pant, someone, sue
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Montag could not be reached for comments, but Shannon, 20, said that if such a tape did exist, she is not convinced that Pratt has it, and that if it did become public she would sue the pants off him. (ANI)
Or she could hire a smart lawyer to sue the pants off him.