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Philip Seymour Hoffman Estate Sued for Flood Damage


By L.A. Ross

The estate of Philip Seymour Hoffman has been sued over property damage incurred from a 2011 flood at the late actor's New York apartment, according to court documents obtained by TheWrap.

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Plaintiffs Gene N. Hoffnagel and Anna Erdelyi owned the apartment below Hoffman's Sheridan Square penthouse and allege that a June 5, 2011 flood caused structural damage and other property damage totaling $87,329.60.

The suit was filed in New York County on Thursday.

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Hoffman was found died Feb. 2 of an overdose of drugs including cocaine, heroin and amphetamine.

The post Philip Seymour Hoffman Estate Sued for Flood Damage appeared first on TheWrap.

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