Upstairs, Downstairs (in my lady’s chamber)

As someone who lives underneath one of my lawsuit’s defendants, I’ve mentioned the noise problem.

Here, from the September 26 New Yorker‘s Rebecca Mead, is another maddening upstairs-downstairs disturbance, also in litigation:

[Showy socialite Daphne Guiness’s] master bathroom is similarly mirrored, so that one might lie in the bath and see oneself reflected above. Last year, however, Guinness stopped lying in her bath; she had repeatedly allowed her tub to run over, and the hedge-fund manager who lives downstairs sued her for a million dollars, citing damage and emotional distress. (The case is ongoing.)


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