Pittsburgh Steelers safety Sean Davis is facing a cyberbullying lawsuit filed by a teenager from Wexford and his family. According to our news partners at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the lawsuit claims the alleged incident happened back in December at the Chick-fil-a in Cranberry Township, where the teen was working. The teenager, nor his parents are identified in the lawsuit. It reportedly claims that after Davis went through the fast food restaurant’s drive-thru, he added a post to his personal Snapchat account that was later seen by the teen’s classmates. In the video posting, the lawsuit says Davis commented on the teen’s “small stature and youthful appearance.” The Post-Gazette reports that the Steelers’ player said, “Chick-fil-A got little kids. This kid like 8-years-old. No wonder the lines be so long at Chick-fil-A.” The posting also allegedly included a laughing face emoji with tears coming out of its eyes.