Faye Dunaway Gives Up Rent-Stabilized New York City Apartment
An agreement filed last week had given the actress until this past Monday to move out.
Faye Dunaway is moving on from a fight with a landlord over a New York City apartment — by moving out.
The New York Times reported Wednesday the Bonnie and Clyde actress agreed this month to give up her $1,048-a-month apartment.
The newspaper says an agreement filed last week gave her until this past Monday to move out. Her landlord's lawyer tells the newspaper she has.
Dunaway's agent has declined to comment.
The landlord sued Dunaway in August, seeking to evict her.
The lawsuit said she didn't use the apartment as her primary residence as required by rules that keep the rent stabilized.
Dunaway had rented the place since 1994.