The landlord plans to kick Green out, the suit says, and is seeking permission from the court to keep the flags off the windows in the meantime.The landlord is also seeking unspecified damages and legal fees, the suit says.Just a day after it was Six Flags Over Texas declared they would continue flying the flag of the Confederacy at their amusement park, they've apparently had a change of heart.
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William Green's glowing display of two Confederate battle flags in the windows of his top-floor apartment at 403 E. have posed a "clear and present danger" to the building and the surrounding community by sparking violence and mayhem, says the complaint filed Saturday by property owner 113 Avenue D, LLC in New York State Supreme Court.
Green, a rent-stabilized tenant with a lease dating back to 1996, is in violation of both the "Objectionable Conduct" clause of his lease and the Rent Stabilization Code because the flags are a nuisance burdening other tenants in the building and he should be evicted as a result, the lawsuit states.
EAST VILLAGE — A tenant whose window display of lit-up Confederate flags has left his East Eighth Street building under siege previously blasted offensive music from his apartment, threw trash out his window and even tried to jump to his death from the building, according to a Saturday lawsuit filed by his landlord, who has also sought to evict the resident.