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New York Neighbor Sues Nicole Kidman’s For Flooding Apartment

 

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Australian born actress said she lives in New York City instead of Hollywood “to realign my life so I’m not living in a fishbowl.” Little did she know she would realign her downstairs neighbor’s life in a way he didn’t expect or like and filled his apartment with water, inadvertently of course, as if it were a fishbowl.

The Daily News reports that Kidman’s downstairs neighbor in the West Village, Leonard Steinberg, is suing the actress for “$46, 928. 83 (gotta love the 83 cents) for the damage caused by a burst pipe in 2012.

 

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One would think that if someone spends $10 million on a condo with priceless views of the Hudson and a private, elevated parking spot for each condo, which is transported by a freight elevator to avoid the glare of the paparazzi, that they could afford the best plumber in the business. Then again, she is an actress, not a plumber, and shouldn’t be expected to check his work. Nevertheless, the plumber who fixed the pipe in the condo Kidman shares with fellow Australian celebrity Keith Urban installed copper pipe to bring water into her terrace, but neglected to include the insulation or heat tape. When the weather got chilly, the pipe burst and sent water pouring into Steinberg’s apartment.

She’s not living in a fishbowl, but someone else is.

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