‘Squatter’ Turns $7M Park Avenue Townhouse into Poker, Prostitution Den, Promises Lawsuit

Posted on: January 3, 2022, 03:52h. 

Last updated on: January 3, 2022, 04:11h.

An alleged squatter at a $7 million Park Avenue home is ruffling the plumage of his wealthy neighbors. Which is allegedly because he transformed the five-bedroom brownstone townhouse into a “members only” substantial-stakes poker and prostitution den.

Kenyatti Adams
Kenyatti Adams is accused of functioning high-stakes poker online games and prostitution at the assets, but claims he cannot leave since of the COVID-19 pandemic. (Impression: Kenyatti Adams/Facebook)

According to a lawsuit submitted by the operator of the house, Mitch Spaiser, a person named Kenyatti Adams is at the moment working with the residence “to host unlawful poker video games, to host intercourse trafficking and prostitution functions, and to hold unlawful following-several hours functions.”

The plaintiff wishes the alleged interloper evicted. But Adams claims he is not able to depart since the fiscal pressures of COVID-19 have remaining him debilitated and unable to pay out the rent. He has demanded tens of hundreds of dollars to vacate, in accordance to the grievance.

Adams goes by the title “BigBodyYatti.” He describes himself on his Instagram account as an application designer and “NYC Power BROKER,” caps his individual. He also claims he has hyperlinks to King of Diamonds Atlanta, a strip club in Forest Park, Ga.

‘Den of Iniquity’

Spaiser bought the Park Avenue home as an expenditure. But in accordance to courtroom files, his nest egg rapidly grew to become a nest of vipers soon after he rented it to Brazilian inside designer Patricia Taub for $16,000 for each thirty day period.

Unfamiliar to her landlord, Taub sublet the house to a different defendant in the match named Ashley Jurman. That’s when problems about delinquent conduct arrived streaming in to the New York’s 311 hotline.

In accordance to the filings, the NYPD gained 14 problems about unruly behavior at the property in the ensuing 4 months. This included one from a neighbor who was out of town when partygoers broke into his apartment. A single reveler was captured on video clip strolling into the property with his pants down and genitals on display.

It seems that they are employing the condominium as a club. Loud audio, marijuana scent, not pursuing social distancing guidelines. Not wearing mask. Two adult males that act as bouncers standing outside the house. This takes place on the weekend,” a neighbor complained to the Section of Structures in December 2020.

$1K Bare minimum Buy-in

Adams is now believed to be the sole occupant. The functions he allegedly organizes at the property are promoted on social media. One particular post displays a poker table established up inside of with the walls painted black.

And when Adams has denied, via his lawyer, that he is performing nearly anything illegal, a promo from June announced “BigBodyYatti” would be keeping a poker sport with a $1,000 minimal buy-in. The celebration would consist of beverages and “talent,” the put up claimed.

“This is a case of the most egregious abuse of New York’s tenant protection guidelines getting wrongfully utilized by poor actors to manipulate and choose gain of the process at the expense of the homeowners,” Spaiser’s attorney, Victor Feraru, informed The New York Post.