Jacqueline Lasdon, 27, whose late pharmaceutical magnate grandfather left her a $2.5 million trust fund, is smoking out the neighbors of her upscale New York condominium by sending constant plumes of pot throughout the building, the board complains in a new lawsuit.
The trust-funder bought a two-bedroom at the Onyx Condo on West 28th Street and Eighth Avenue in 2014.
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However, Lasdon, whose grandfather Stanley Lasdon was the philanthropist and former director of the Warner-Lambert Co., said she had no idea about the charges. "I've heard no word of this. I'm a little frazzled by it. I need to figure out what's going on," she said.
She also said that she stopped smoking cigarettes in her pad "months ago" when an upstairs neighbor complained.