Director Martin Scorsese attends the premiere of “Silence” in Hollywood, California, on January 5, 2017. The director of the 53-year-old daughter, Catherine, has started a GoFundMe to repair her flooded Brooklyn apartment.
The daughter of “Mean Streets,” director Martin Scorsese is dealing with what is the meaning of the sewerage system.
But then ask her dad, to the value of $100 million, to help fix her flooded Brooklyn apartment, Catherine Scorsese has gone public to beg for $30,000.
“This is f–ked up,” said an industry insider after seeing her GoFundMe campaign. “She’s Marty’s daughter! He is loaded.”
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But Catherine, 53, says that, while the father is a goodfella, they don’t have to mooch money off him.
“If I’m going to ask my father for something, I’m going to ask for something, such as helping to fix me up with Chris Evans,” she said of the “Captain America” heartthrob.
“I’m not a trust fund baby,” said the proud propmaster and film production member of the crew.
She said that she had a dinner with her 76-year-old filmmaker father last week, and that he knows about her March 24, a run-in with a sewage leak in her Williamsburgh duplex of the neighbors clogged toilet.
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But he does not know that they are asking the public for money and has raised $6,055 in hand-outs.
“This was something my sisters tried to do,” Catherine, the director’s oldest daughter, said of the GoFundMe. “I am my own person, and if it’s something I feel like I can’t manage, I would prefer not to go to my parents.”
Her stepsister wrote Catherine was in need of help, and posted footage on the site, with water raining from the ceiling vents and runs down the walls. The flood resulted in thousands of dollars in damage, including mold and peeling wallpaper, said Catherine.
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She is moved to a rental apartment in Manhattan, paid for by her insurance company, while her “completely unlivable” condo is under renovation for the next four months.
But she said that she could not take five of her eight cats and dogs with her, so that they are on the hook for the boarding fees and the $25,000 insurance deductible.
Catherine Scorsese’s daughter by his first wife, producer Laraine Marie Brennan, to whom Scorsese was married from 1965-1971. But she claims that she has no Hollywood child, instead of growing up “middle class” in New Jersey, and the take over of the “Taxi Driver” director’s famous Queens-bred work ethic.
“I Was a spoiled? No, I worked from the time I was still very young,” she said. “There is no free ride with me.”
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Of her current situation, Catherine is not trying to be a raging bull: “Maybe there is something good will come out of my sh–ty situation, pun intended.”
This story originally appeared on Page Six.