The demolition of an antenna tower belonging to three Baltimore television stations that scattered lead paint across nearby neighborhoods one year ago has led to a lawsuit by the state. The Maryland Department of the Environment and Attorney General Anthony Brown’s offices are suing the owners of the tower and an unaccredited paint company for an alleged failure to properly contain the lead paint debris. The lead paint scrapings from the tower on Baltimore’s Television Hill were found at a daycare, a playground and homes within a half mile of the tower. The suit claims paint chips continue to fall because the site has not been properly contained. The suit is asking a judge for an injunction to contain the site to prevent more paint chips from falling on nearby homes.