Did Ferreyr get her $50 million lawsuit against her on-again, off-again non-exclusive boyfriend over broken promises re: dream apartments thrown out yesterday? Yes. Was it thrown out because Ferreyr followed up a deposition last year in which she:
- Stormed the room with a cameraman
- Screamed "expletives" at Soros's lawyer
- Hit Soros in the head so hard she knocked out his hearing aid and the glasses off his face
- Slapped a Soros aid and then kicked him in the shins
- Told Soros’s other lawyer that he was “going down” and “should go to prison and get beat up”
...with a similar performance that the judge was having none of? Yes, yes she did.
In a dramatic outburst, fiery soap-opera actress Adriana Ferreyr lunged at her ex-boyfriend’s lawyer during a Manhattan court hearing and angrily snatched away legal papers while yelling. “She grabbed the whole folder from Andrew very aggressively,” said a witness of lawyer Andrew Brettler, who said that Ferreyr grabbed the sleeve of his suit during the fracas. The tirade — which was only the latest wild fit thrown by Ferreyr — was the last straw for Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Debra James. “The judge said, ‘That’s it. Case dismissed. Your behavior is contemptuous,” said a source. Ferreyr had been representing herself in the suit, which she filed in 2011, claiming that Soros had roughed her up and given a $2 million apartment he promised her to his ex-wife. Shortly before the alleged outburst, the judge had convinced Ferreyr to get over a major sticking point in the case by signing medical release forms related to injuries she allegedly sustained from Soros. But at the last minute Ferreyr changed her mind and reached over to the defense table to snatch the paperwork back. “She got angry,” the source said. “At one point she blurted out, ‘They’re going to get the information and reveal it to the press to embarrass me.”
And while maybe the dismissal and admonishment would be enough for a lesser woman to say, "You know what? I think I'm done," a lesser woman Adriana Ferryr is not. She's been fighting for her "dream apartment" on East 85th Street since 2011 and her dream apartment she shall get!
Ferreyr pledged Thursday to hire a new attorney and refile the case.