The Manhattan man who allegedly hosted massive, maskless ragers in his Tribeca apartment continues to be throwing events and refusing the let inspectors inside, the constructing’s homeowners allege in new court papers — and now they’re asking a decide to lock him up.
Kurt David, who’s at the moment being sued by the property homeowners of 81 Hudson St., has did not abide by a Manhattan Supreme Court decide’s order that required him to permit the Department of Buildings to enter the condominium for an inspection, legal professionals for the constructing allege within the papers filed Friday.
On April 13, Justice Shlomo Hagler dominated David must provide the access and stop hosting parties in violation of COVID-19 pandemic orders and constructing insurance policies — after he was sued in March for allegedly staging weekly, booze-soaked shindigs that price $100 for entry.
In the Friday submitting, attorneys for the constructing alleged David failed to supply the town’s Department of Buildings entry on April 20 and “in a series of curious and bizarre responses… appeared confused as to what access was even needed.”
“[He] replied that he was sleeping and did not hear the bell when the DOB attempted their access at 11:45 a.m. that morning, nor did he hear the bell when the Plaintiff’s agent rang it later that afternoon, but advised Plaintiff’s agent that he would contact DOB to set up access,” the data present.
Then, per week later, David hosted “yet another party,” the data allege.
“Perhaps most egregiously, the Plaintiff received a complaint from a reputable neighbor that on the evening of Tuesday, April 27, 2021, Defendant David hosted yet another party at his apartment, with roughly 15-20 guests in attendance,” the data state.
“At this party, for hours and well beyond midnight into the early morning, loud music could be heard playing from therein, disco lights could be seen blinking on and off from the apartment, and unmasked guests were observed coming in and out of the Subject Building throughout the night.”
The plaintiffs are asking Hagler to carry David in contempt of court for violating his orders and throw him behind bars till the fees are purged.
Meanwhile, the proprietor of the precise unit has repeatedly tried to contact David, a 30-year-old from Roslyn, Long Island, to let him know his dad and mom can be found to assist him transfer out when he’s prepared.
“Quit playing games,” the unit’s proprietor, Seth Cohen, advised David in an April 20 e-mail, court reveals present
“Jean and your father are willing to help you arrange movers. So I suggest you communicate with them.”
Just a few days later, David wrote again to inform him that wouldn’t be attainable.
“I can’t contact my parents, so no,” David wrote.
Attorneys for David’s mom, who is known as within the lawsuit as a defendant as a result of she cosigned on the condominium, couldn’t be reached, nor might David, who doesn’t seem to have his personal counsel.