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."


  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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