P.S. A Bank May Soon Own The Hamptons House (Allegedly!) Trashed By An Ex-Moore Capital Employee And His Cadre Of Gun-Toting Midgets

It's unclear if it will continue hosting the annual party next year.
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Want to own a piece of real estate history made famous over the weekend by a former Moore Capital portfolio manager who was fired when he inadvertently associated Louis Bacon's name with the words "They drowned themselves in Champagne, they had midgets they threw in the pool, they broke into the house, trashed the furniture, art was stolen, we found used condoms"? You can't but a bank may soon. Curbed reports:

It was recently for sale for $3.995M...Zillow is reporting that the owners have been served a Notice of Lis Pendens in May, meaning they’re in default and may be foreclosed on.

Hamptons ‘Sprayathon’ Partygoers Trash an Airbnb [Curbed]

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