Emily Ratajkowski responds to reports that she and her husband, Sebastian Bear-McClard are nightmare neighbors

connectVideoEmily Ratajkowski and man seem to hire deadbeats and nightmare neighbors, on the basis of their landlord

Emily Ratajkowski seems to have broken her silence about the recent reports that she and her new husband are exploiting a legal loophole to live rent-free in New York City.

The couple’s landlord recently claimed that the model, 27, and independent film producer, Sebastian Bear-McClard, 38, has not yet paid rent for the NoHo loft where they live since 2017. The landlord also accused the pair of playing extremely loud music all night long.

Ratajkowski tried to explain the situation on Twitter.

“Man is 38, not 31,” she began. “He is an independent film producer, so that the people think that he is rich is really fun, but not based on facts. He was raised in the neighborhood where he lives in the now, both of his parents are artists who were priced out of their homes in the city of New York. I moved in w/…

“…him a year ago,” Ratajkowski continued. “I’m proud that he’s fighting the good fight against a real estate conglomerate, which bought the building he lived in for 40 million and has the further dissemination of wrong information to the tenants in order to profit. NYC has changed so much and it is a shame that people…”

“…who work in the creative fields will be moved from the city,” she concluded.

Antoni Ghosh allegedly sublets the apartment to the couple and also the life in addition to the door. He says that he tried to drive away, because the two Bear-McClard not yet paid in Ghosh $120,000 in rent, The New York Post reported.

Bear-McClard claims protection under the Loft Law, according to the paper. The state law was adopted in 1982 and blocks landlords from forcing out artists and other low-income tenants who live in commercial loft spaces. But, Bear-McClard, presumably, is worth $12 million, and Ratajkowski is a successful model-actress.


Per Post, Ghosh also filed papers in Manhattan Supreme Court in which he alleged that the Bear-McClard and Ratajkowski are annoying neighbors.

He is reportedly equipped with sms-messages with Bear-McClard detailing allegations of loud music often blares in the early hours of the morning.

“Can you listen to music, try to sleep, it’s 4:30 for Christ’s sake,” Ghosh sms ” to Bear-McClard in December 2015, according to the court documents, obtained by the Post. He sms again in May 2016, “Hey, Sebastian, I don’t know if you have a home theater system, but it sounds like it’s in my apartment, you can, try to sleep.”

And in October 2016, “Hey, can you turn it down, 4 hours and woke up to the sound of me and my daughter. I can not to let the parties here, unlike [space] has to be fully commercial without residential.”

Fox News’ efforts to contact a representative for Ghosh were not successful.

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