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Homeless Squatter Takes Over NBC Star’s $2.9 Million Residence, Says She ‘Means Crap to Me’

Aug 15, 2011  •  Post A Comment

A homeless man explained why he has been squatting in a $2.9 million brownstone in New York City for about a year, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The residence is owned by Ann Curry, co-host of NBC’s “Today” show.

“Ann Curry means crap to me,” the man reportedly said. "I’m not a drug addict; I just don’t have a place to sleep."

The man reportedly talked to the New York Post, but refused to give his name.

"The reason I lived there was because they chased me out of Central Park," he added.

Police reportedly found the man asleep in a vestbule over the weekend and not completely inside the building, and took him to a homeless shelter. They found him in the area again Sunday.

The 3,700-square-foot residence, which Curry and her husband purchased in 2003, has been unoccupied, and a large renovation project by the couple was abandoned.

A spokesperson for NBC said: "Ann Curry is currently traveling to Africa to cover the humanitarian crisis and could not be reached for comment."

2 Comments

  1. What about the humanitarian crisis at her own doorstep?

  2. Ann curry? O u mean that woman that ruined the today show?

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