A woman in Hampton has claimed she was ‘evicted’ from a property where she runs a horse stables, which now host horse rescue charities next door neighbors Alec and Hilaria Baldwin.
John Warner, 60, told the New York Post in an interview published on Saturday that he was forced to close the ‘John’s barn’ in 2017 after the landlord demanded a year’s rent in advance.
Today, the property is leased by the Baldwins, who stabilize the horse and rent the stall to their well-heeled friends for $ 1,500 a month, and according to The Post, by Hillaria’s close friend Pat Granfield Is managed.
A lawyer for Baldwins, Mark Simon told DailyMail.com that all proceeds from the boarded horses go to support rescue donations, and notes that ‘Alec and Hilaria defended the rescue as a public service to the community Built.
Warner regrets that he has lost his longtime business, and suggests that his wealthy neighbors evict him, saying: ‘I think Alec and Hilaria didn’t like that I had it Immaculate, was not the right place. ‘
Simon disputed Warner’s claim that Baldwins had nothing to do with the expiration of his lease, and said the owner of the stable property was ‘inability to maintain the property and maintain rental payments’ and evicted him in 2017. Were dissatisfied with doing.
John Warner (front) ran into the stables next to Alec Baldwin’s Long Island mansion, before a rent dispute led to his outster and Hilaria’s close friend Pat Granfield (Rear)
Hilaria Baldwin has been spotted in 2016 with husband Alec. A woman from Hampton lamented that she was ‘evicted’ from a property she had rented next to the Baldwins
Alec Baldwin poses for a photo in 2018 at the rented stables in the Hamptons, where the family runs a charity for home-saving horses. A Baldwins lawyer strongly denied that he had nothing to evict Warner from the property in 2017
Warner claimed that his wealthy neighbors may have engineered his razor: “I think Alec and Hilaria didn’t like that I didn’t have this spotless, perfect place.”
Warner claimed that he paid $ 2,000 a month rent for the stables in Amagaset through a handshake agreement with the landlord, Job Potter. But in 2017 Potter suddenly demanded a year’s rent in advance, Warner said.
‘I couldn’t pay the whole year and he knew that,’ Warner told the Post, believing it was the landlord’s ‘way of getting rid of me’. ‘
A Baldwins lawyer said the couple had nothing to do with Warner’s departure from the property.
The attorney claimed that Potter had issues with his ability to keep up with the rent and ‘it was widely known throughout the neighborhood that the property was not kept in a habitable condition, but rather in a run-down and squealer situation Was, and dangerous risk
Simon, the lawyer, stated that the Baldwins were only concerned with the case that their houses were adjacent to the stables’ property. He said that after being evicted by the owner of the property to put Warner on a horse farm, Baldwin talked with him to rent it for horse rescue and leased it in January 2018.
“Alec and Hilaria used their own funds to rehabilitate the property at a significant cost, and were able to maintain horses on the property until the spring of 2018,” Simon said in a statement.
He said the stable currently houses six rescue horses and six riding horses, and all proceeds from boarding support the donation. Simon said that Baldwin does not keep his own horses there, he said.
Simon said, “The Rescue hosts free events for children to interact with animals, as well as free events for children with autism.” ‘Local newspapers published event listings to let families know to join.’
John Warner, 60, said he was forced to close the ‘Bar Jaan Ka Barn’ in 2017 after the landlord demanded a year’s rent in advance. Property appears above
Pat Granfield, who now manages the stables for Alec and Hilaria, is a well-groomed equestrian who owns a house on the High East Side
Warner said of Granfield (above) and Hisaria, “Two of them are real tight and they are both of real purity.”
People on their horses in the barn with Warner disputed that he let the property fall into dispute, stating to the Post that the barn was not ancient or humptic-chic, it was welcomed and loved by the rich and poor.
Banker Kelly Foster’s post stated, “No one will trust my horses more than Jan Warner.” Warner now lives in a former Hampton trailer park and works for Foster in a private stable.
Granfield, who now manages the stables for Alec and Hilaria, is a well-groomed cavalryman who owns a house on the high East Side.
Warner already knew Granfield, as Warner allowed him to stabilize his horses and give riding lessons there, according to the Post.
Regarding Granfield and Hilaria, Warner said, “The two of them are real tight and they are both of real purity,” Granfield was a frequent guest of the Baldwins and boasted of having the ‘best rosé’ with the pair.
Warner and his friends call Granfield an ‘equine barbie’, and he claims that his knowledge of horses is inferior to Warner.
Granfield told the post of his work at the Baldwin Stables: ‘I would say that we are doing simple and good work for animals and the community.’
The East End stable controversy erupted after Alec quit on Twitter last week, accusing Twitter of tarnishing his Spanish heritage and accent due to an on-going scandal by wife Hilaria.
The East End stable controversy erupted after Alec quit Twitter last week, due to wife Hilaria’s on-going Spanish heritage scandal
The 62-year-old SNL actor posted a tweet on 18 January: ‘Twitter is like a party where everyone is screaming. Not much of a party. goodbye for now.’
The Academy Award-nominee’s farewell to the social media site has surfaced accusing his wife and mother of their five children, Hilaria, who was born in the Boston event, Massachusetts, of tarnishing her Spanish heritage.
The 30-rock star had earlier defended his 36-year-old wife in a video in December, saying she was ‘too many’ on Twitter.
Baldwin, who previously won an Emmy for his portrayal of President Donald Trump on SNL, said: ‘You have to hack your way through the wreckage of Twitter. Twitter is a huge garden of ** **. ‘
On 3 January, Hilaria Baldwin’s sister-in-law Chinna Phillips defended him in a YouTube video on Tuesday, saying: ‘This is a strange and embarrassing time for him.’
The online frenzy began on 21 December when a woman tweeted: ‘You have to praise Hilaria Baldwin’s commitment to her decade-long hiatus where she impersonates a Spanish man.’
Several videos from Hilaria’s previous TV appearances over the next few days show his commitment to a Spanish accent, including one in 2015 where he forgot the English word for ‘cucumber’.
In 2013, a video of Alec appeared on The Late Show, after which he protested in his wife’s ‘Spanish’ accent, telling David Letterman: ‘My wife is from Spain.’
And Hilaria herself indicated in a 2020 interview that she moved to America from Spain when she was 19 to attend New York University.
Hilaria’s biography on her agency’s speakers site states that she was born on Majorca Island and raised in Boston, without specifying a timeline for her upbringing.
His agency later removed that reference and later listed his professional work history.
While Hilaria has long described her mother as Spanish, records have shown that Hayward is actually a fourth-generation Massachusetts resident.
He is Dr. Hillary Hayward-Thomas was born to Catherine Hayward and David Thomas, who worked as professors in the US before Major retired in 2011, according to Page Six.
He attended Cambridge School in Weston in Massachusetts for $ 64,900 per year.
Several former classmates came forward to confirm that Hilaria was actually raised by professor parents in Weston, Massachusetts without a hint of a foreign accent.
Her parents’ key friends, who moved to the Spanish island in 2011, said last month that she spoke to them in English.
In January, it was revealed that before he was born with his name in 2009, he made two attempts to fill his W9 tax form, in between two names.