Hole in One Associates LP v. Bytelair Inc. (USA)

A firm affiliated with Larry Gluck’s Stellar Management is involved in a lawsuit over wild transgender sex parties held in one of the office spaces which it rents out. Hole in One Associates LP, the owner of 12 E. 32nd Street, filed a lawsuit against its new sixth-floor tenant, Bytelair Inc. Bytelair allegedly entered into the lease, which began on Dec. 1, 2014, “for the purported and permitted ‘use’ of general office and meeting space.” Hole in One says its other tenants complained that “(s)ince shortly after defendant’s (sic) took occupancy of the premises, it came to plaintiff’s attention that defendant was not using the subject premises for general office space but rather, was using the premises to host ‘parties’ for purposes of permitting, encouraging, allowing individuals and/or groups to engage in sexual activity.”

“More particularly, the defendant has been advertising and using the subject premises to host parties for sexual activity by and between ‘transsexual’ and/or ‘transgender’ individuals and/or groups.” Hole in One says use of the premises “as an illegal sex club” violates the lease and various laws, building and health codes, while also creating “a dangerous and unsafe condition.”

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