Hollywood actress Faye Dunaway was threatened to be evicted from her rented Manhattan apartment, by the landlord who wanted her out of the house by this week, on Monday. In order to prevent an unwanted scene and more legal trouble, the movie star agreed to leave. So, according to a report from The New York Times, she gathered all her things and left the residence on Monday.
“Bonnie and Clyde” star Faye Dunaway has been living in a one-bedroom-apartment in Manhattan since 1994. But lately, she’s had some trouble getting along with the landlord. So, in August, he sued the “Chinatown” actress and asked her to move out. Dunaway, who was paying a 1,048 dollar rent a month, did not want to leave the place she called home for so many years. But in the end, she had no choice.
The New York Times reports that she and the landlord have reached an agreement and she was given until this week to move out. Dunaway’s rep did not want to comment on the subject, but the landlord’s attorney confirmed that she has, indeed, left the apartment. When being asked why she was rushed to leave and why she was sued in the first place, the reason presented in the lawsuit was that in the rental contract signed by the parts, it was agreed that this would be her primary residence. And she broke that agreement. The actress’ lawyers say that she wanted to keep the apartment and asked that she had some repairs done in it.