Saturday, August 29, 2015

Alycia may be selling her Center City condo

She’s out of a job and has a couple of attorneys to pay, so it would make sense that Alycia Lane is selling her Washington Square condo. What we hear is that Lane’s in the process of listing the property with A

Alycia may be selling her Center City condo

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She’s out of a job and has a couple of attorneys to pay, so it would make sense that Alycia Lane is selling her Washington Square condo. What we hear is that Lane’s in the process of listing the property with Allan Domb Real Estate.

Lane and ex-husband Jay Adkins bought the condo for $675,000 in December 2004, and in February 2007, the property was transferred solely into Lane’s name for $1, as part of their divorce settlement it seems.

Lane did not return an e-mail asking about the condo sale. Her attorney Paul Rosen did not return a call today and Domb did not return several detailed messages left since Monday.

The former CBS3 anchor was fired Jan. 7 as a result of a Dec. 16 incident, first reported here, in which she was arrested and charged with allegedly striking a female NYPD officer during a road rage incident that also involved her boyfriend, Q102 morning man Chris Booker. She faces hearing April 3 in New York. Her attorney David Smith has denied striking the officer or calling her a "f---ing dyke," as the police report alleges she did.

--This item was updated 10:58 p.m.

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