As if CNN’s Soledad O’Brien doesn’t have enough going on. She’s the lead anchor of today’s MLK day programming and has played a big role in this weekend’s Inaugural coverage and will again tomorrow.
But back in New York, there’s a battle brewing with a neighbor and his 150 pound mastiff. The NYPost has details:
The newswoman and other members of a Chelsea co-op board are trying to evict a beloved family pet from a swanky loft building because they say the dog is smelly and slobbers. O’Brien, in a 20-page affidavit, complained about the pooch’s “size, slobbering, shedding, drooling, gassiness and odors.”
O’Brien, the co-op board’s secretary, signed a notice on Jan. 5 that terminated the family’s lease, the first legal step before asking a Housing Court judge to remove the dog or the family from the building.
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