Feb 23, 2021
Inside Kristen Stewarts $6M house in Los Feliz
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It’s a big step up from Forks, Washington.
“Twilight” star Kristen Stewart plunked down $6 million on a four-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom home in Los Angeles earlier this month, according to Architectural Digest.
The 1927 Mediterranean revival house in the neighborhood Los Feliz has classic red-tiled roofing, arched doorways, lantern lighting and combination tile and oak wood floors.
Dark wooden ceiling beams and wrought-iron chandeliers contrast the ivory walls, according to the listing.
But contrasting the house’s deep-brown palette, the home is dotted with red tile, filled with plants and outfitted with grayish-green trim.
The kitchen makes plentiful use of this pop of color, with green cabinetry surrounding the double oven, double burner, double refrigerator and black kitchen island.She was last known to be dating screenwriter Dylan Meyer, and while it’s not clear if they live together, Stewart said she planned to marry Meyer back in 2019. realtor.com
Stewart’s bedroom suite has white ceiling beams, arched bookcases built into the walls and a sunny sitting room. French doors lead to a balcony — plus, the suite has two walk-in closets and a pale-blue-tiled bathroom.
The family room opens onto the 0.3-acre lot, with tall palm trees, a landscaped garden and a saline pool, which was added in 1996, according to LA property records.
The property also has an attached guest house that was converted from a garage into a dwelling with the same Mediterranean style, according to Sotheby’s.The dining room also has French doors that lead onto the porch.realtor.com The kitchen has a double oven, double burner, double refrigerator and a kitchen island.realtor.com The kitchen makes plentiful use of a contrasting pop of color, with green cabinetry throughout.realtor.com
Previous owners of the home include “ER” actor Anthony Edwards, according to LA property records.
The “Charlie’s Angels” and “Twilight” alum also owns another home in Los Feliz, a $9.5 million home in Malibu and a $5.6 million apartment in New York City.
The 30-year-old is set to play Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín’s “Spencer.” Her most recent release is Hulu’s Christmas rom-com “Happiest Season,” during the filming of which she allegedly got COVID-19, in February 2020.French doors lead onto a balcony.realtor.com The owner’s suite has inset bookcases and a sitting room with white ceiling beams.realtor.com
She was last known to be dating screenwriter Dylan Meyer, and while it’s not clear if they live together, Stewart said in 2019 that she plans to marry her.
Sotheby’s International Realty broker Richard Yohon and Konstantine Valissarakos of Nourmand & Associates had the listing.French doors lead to a covered porch donned with a pop of grayish-green.realtor.com The “Charlie’s Angels” and “Twilight” alum also owns another home in Los Feliz, a $9.5 million home in Malibu and a $5.6 million apartment in New York City. realtor.com
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Cuomos due process call a double standard: critics
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s calls for due process amid his sexual harassment scandal set a double standard given his history of demanding other embattled figures resign their posts without waiting for the results of a full investigation, critics said Monday.
A defiant Cuomo on Sunday vowed that there was “no way” he’d resign with five women now publicly accusing him of sexual harassment, calling the idea of resigning ahead of the results of an independent probe by state Attorney General Letitia James “anti-democratic.”
But in 2018, Cuomo was quick to call on then-AG Eric Schneiderman, hit with bombshell sexual harassment and abuse allegations, to resign without the results of a formal inquiry.
“No one is above the law, including New York’s top legal officer,” Cuomo, who previously served as attorney general, said in a statement at the time.
“My personal opinion is that, given the damning pattern of facts and corroboration laid out in the article, I do not believe it is possible for Eric Schneiderman to continue to serve as Attorney General, and for the good of the office, he should resign.”
Schneiderman resigned literally moments after Cuomo issued the statement.
State Assemblyman Tom Abinanti, who has called for Cuomo to resign said Cuomo’s message reeked of a double-standard.
“All of a sudden Cuomo is concerned about due process,” said Abinanti (D-Nanuet). “He preached zero tolerance for others. He didn’t give Eric Schneiderman due process. He said Eric Schneiderman should resign for the good of the state.
“We’re taking the same position the governor took in regards to Eric Schneiderman,” he continued. “He should resign for the good of the state.”
Abinanti noted that disgraced ex-Gov. Eliot Spitzer immediately resigned after being caught in a prostitution scandal.
The Post also recently reported that Cuomo didn’t wait for “due process” probes when he called on three Assembly members who faced harassment allegations to resign.Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaking at a vaccination site on March 8, 2021.Seth Wenig, Pool/AP Photo
Assemblyman Ron Kim — who too has demanded Cuomo’s resignation, after also previously calling for his impeachment in connection to the separate scandal surrounding his administration’s accounting of the coronavirus death toll among nursing home residents — echoed the sentiment.
“Cuomo is is not only practicing a double standard but breaking laws he signed into law such as automatic investigations of sexual harassment claims,” said Kim. “Cuomo acts like he is above the law as he continues to abuse his powers.”
Rita Pasarell, of the Sexual Harassment Working Group accused Cuomo of “yet again asking for special treatment, and his transparent attempts to prolong the process are desperate.”
Pasarell, who faced harassment when she worked for the late Brooklyn Assemblyman Vito Lopez, said James’ probe of the governor can continue “even after Cuomo’s inevitable removal from office.
“It’s offensive that he suggests that he must remain in power in order for New York’s first Black and first woman AG to complete her investigation,” said Pasarell. “As a group that works for protections against discrimination and harassment, we take this very seriously. He is too compromised to serve.”
Five women have now accused Cuomo of sexual harassment in recent weeks: Lindsey Boylan, Charlotte Bennett, Anna Ruch, Ana Liss and Karen Hinton.
Each of the women worked for Cuomo at some point, except Ruch.
Cuomo has apologized “if [his accusers] were offended” by untoward remarks, but denied allegations of inappropriate physical contact, as alleged by all of the women except Bennett.