August 17, 2011 by Post Team
Curry, 54, and her husband Brian Ross bought the home of 3,700 square meters and Upper West Side in 2003 and 2.9 million in the last eight years, embarked on an extensive renovation. However, the neighbors sued the couple on the current noise, and construction stopped because five years ago the Department of Buildings violations.
Eight police officers removed the homeless squatters from the building on Saturday, after the applicants informed of their presence.
A spokesman for the New York police said the man was not arrested because he was in the lobby and not the property itself. He was taken to a homeless shelter. He is the second this year tramp to be removed from the property.
“Ann Curry mean sht to me!” the tramp, which declined to be named, told the newspaper. “The reason why was because I lived there expelled from Central Park.’ll be back if someone says, ‘Here’s the key. Keep the building.”
The message could not come to curry for comment.
“She is surrounded by children who die, heavily armed warlords and pirates,” a “Today” co-worker of the newspaper. “The house is not exactly something you’re focusing on.”
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