It sounds like Faye Dunaway's former NYC digs are now back on the market. The New York Times reports that she’s just been forced to give up her $1,048-a-month Upper East Side apartment.
But, the rent-stabilized one-bedroom is not her only home. That's exactly why her former landlord, Henry Moses, sued in August.
Moses argued that Dunaway, 70, had no right to the cheap NYC abode because her car is registered to her California home, where she is also registered to vote. (Rent regulation requires the tenant use the rent-controlled apartment as a primary residence.)
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