Yes, I used a bad word, but I it’s just the half-a$$sed implication of a bad word, my friends. I don’t like to post right on the heels of Bugzinthehood, but this one goes out to Parakeets:
[Her Attorney Alan] Schnurnan said she notified her landlord, who had an exterminator do “cursory spraying,” but that the problem persisted. She left because she was afraid to stay and couldn’t sleep knowing the apartment was infested, and because the landlord and building management did nothing further to help, her lawyer said.
[Ellyn] Gliksman-Sullivan has been commuting four hours a day to her Manhattan job from her home in Upstate New York.
The lawsuit was filed Wednesday in Kings County Supreme Court against the owner, Manhattan Eight Corporation and Isaac Wade, the managing agent.
Here’s a CBS clip on the same story, including perhaps the worst “you’ll know you have bedbugs if” advice ever.
Update 3/8: Here it is in the Daily News, which says the infestation began in June and went through December.