I'm part of a fraternity and every summer we rent out a "rush house" for recruitment. Some members said that if I moved in, I can get fall rent for free in our fraternity house ($1800). When we moved in, there was four of us renting out the house. I couldn't keep my job and couldn't afford living there so I moved back to my college town to work. During that time, another member moved in and replaced me. I never signed the lease or any papers at all and I paid $200 for the ten days I lived in the house. Our president called me and said that I owe him over $900 for the rent up there (even though I'm not living there). I'm only going to pay him that $900 if he agrees to give me fall rent for free.If he doesn't agree to give me free fall rent, and I refuse to pay, can they sue me? I understand that I verbally agreed to live there this summer, but they also told me that I would get fall rent for free if i lived there.