Mini-terrors Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen have their neighbors in their formerly quiet West Village neighborhood upset. Really upset. Seems the girls are “disruptive, intrusive and totally disrespectful”. AND, they’ve created a “military presence” in their hood. A neighbor said “you’d think there was a government operation going on”. Snarkista wonders who would want to off MK and Ashley? Bob Saget and John Stamos still love them, even though the little twinkies haven’t done much lately!
The diminutive gazillionaires began renting two floors of a brownstone on West 13th in May, for $12,000 a month. They come and go in the wee hours of the night, roaring off in their SUV’s to hit the latest NY party spots. One resident called them “two spoiled brats” who “change the character of the neighborhood” by posting security guards outside. The bodyguards have even made other building residents move from the brownstone’s front stairs, so the twins can climb the steps in privacy. Holy insufferability!
The twins are definitely not “green”, as they keep two giant GMC Denali trucks parked outside the townhouse EVERY NIGHT, with the engines idling for hours at a time. Major Carbon Footprint Alert! Other celebs who live in the hood are Sarah Jessica Parker, Gisele Bundchen, Julianne Moore and Liv Tyler, but they reportedly are good neighbors. Not “invaders” like MK and Ashley have been called.
The only comfort for the neighbors is that the little fashionistas are renters. The rest of the building HOPES it isn’t a long-term rental. Predictably, a rep for the twins denied that security has ever asked anyone to leave the stairs. Quoth the rep:
“If there were significant issues, you would think that the neighbors would address Ashley or Mary-Kate directly, rather than calling the media.”
Oh, right. How are the neighbors supposed to do that with the goon-patrol surrounding them at all times? Here’s hoping the twin terrors move on to other digs soon before someone gets hurt!
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