And you are the only one who knows it all, right?
What happened to davldtepper69? Is there any relationship between you two?
I know he will start storming this board with garbage like you are doing for SHORTERS, once SUNE start to move up saying 'I told you so'. I won't call any of you MORON though, lol.
Her previous adventure:
A Midtown landlord who has been repeatedly fined by the city is suing a tenant who allegedly used her apartment as an illegal Airbnb hotel for $300K.
"Under the law, the landlord is strictly liable even though it's the tenant causing the violation — and even though we're not participating in this with this lady," attorney Lawrence Silberman, who represents the owner of 357 W. 54th Street, told the News.
The suit alleges that tenant Madalina Iacob, a yoga instructor and life coach, was charging $200 a night for a stay in her $2,095-a-month, one-bedroom apartment. In addition to the fact that it's illegal for New Yorkers to rent out entire apartments for under 30 days if the tenant on the lease is not present, Iacob's lease specifically stipulated that "tenant understands that they may NOT sublet the apartment."
As a result of this, the suit claims the building was hit with four violations by the city, "including operating as an illegal hotel, not having the required amount of exits for a hotel and not having adequate fire alarm system for a hotel." The owner has accumulated $61,250 in fines, which the owner expects will be quadrupled because of another eight violations related to Iacob’s Airbnb hosting throughout the summer.
Iacob has denied being an Airbnb host, but Silberman says some of her "tenants" were caught red-handed: "It was purely fortuitous. We were in the building making repairs when somebody happened to show up with luggage" heading to Iacob's apartment, Silberman told the News.
According to the Post, Iacob allegedly claimed the Airbnb guests were actually friends and family. And if you've read anything about the topic lately, you probably can figure out the subtext there.