Vagrant Living in Ann Curry’s Townhouse


The four-storey townhouse in the Upper West Side that belonged to ‘Today’ co-host Ann Curry and her husband Brian Ross became a ‘home’ for a vagrant man for almost a year.

The homeless man was said to have been discovered on Saturday, and was removed by eight cops eight cops sent to the property at around 9 a.m.

The man admitted that he had no idea the residence belonged to Curry.
Refusing to give his name or age, the man said, “Ann Curry means crap to me!” “The reason I lived there was because they chased me out of Central Park.”

“I’ll go back if someone says, ‘Here’s the key. Maintain the building.” He adds.

According to him, he spent the majority of last winter in the 3,700-square-foot-home. “I’ve been living there for about a year now. I’m not a drug addict; I just don’t have a place to sleep.”

Cops brought the man to a nearby shelter. He was not charged with any violation because he was sleeping in a vestibule and was not completely inside the building.

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