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Faye Dunaway Sued In The City!

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Faye Dunaway Sued Manhattan Apartment

According to a lawsuit filed by her Manhattan landlord, Faye Dunaway has been violating the rules of rent stabilization in her Upper East Side apartment.

The rules say in order for your rent to remain cheap, the apartment needs to be your primary residence.

But, according to documents dug up by the landlord, Dunaway lives in West Hollywood with California voter and vehicle registration. Wuh-oh….

Not only that, but Dunaway seems to be letting her son live in said apartment, which also violates stabilization rules.

If Dunaway were to move out, the landlord could rent the apartment at it's current price — $2318/mo.

No comment from Dunaway.

We hope they resolve this. Faye is fab!

[Image via WENN.]

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3 comments to “Faye Dunaway Sued In The City!”

  1. 1

    I don't give a shit how "fab" she is, fraud is fraud. She's a rich Hollywood type basically taking advantage of a program meant to help poorer families. She's disgusting and self-entitled, not fab.

  2. 2

    What happened to her face? Fillers gone wrong?

  3. 3

    Re: Deadwing – She may be rich, but that doesn't mean her son is.
    NYC can be ass-backwards and ridiculous sometimes, m'kay?
    The Dept. of Health recently refused to release my uncle's birth certificate to me, because as his niece I'm not considered a close enough relative. (He's disabled and in a home, and, yes, I explained this to them. To no avail.)
    And a child cannot live in a parent's rent stabilized apartment? I bet one's gay lover could, with or without proof of a civil union.
    Car and voter registration are just two factors. I wouldn't be so quick to call this fraud.