Morning Memo: Protests at the Waverly Inn; Marci Klein Divorcing; Jeremy Piven Full of Mercury

Residents of the Jane Street Hotel, which is owned by Graydon Carter‘s Waverly Inn partners Eric Goode and Sean McPherson, showed up at the restaurant to complain to Hugh Jackman, Barry Diller and Diane von Furstenberg about the building’s “appalling” problems with rats and asbestos. [P6]

Jeremy Piven is claiming that a “shocking” level of mercury in his system–brought on by the over-consumption of sushi and “Chinese herbs”– is the reason he quit his role in Broadway’s Speed-the-Plow. [People]

Agyness Deyn has a 15 second cameo in a weird T Magazine-commissioned film by Surface 2 Air founder Gordon Hulf. [The Cut]

A promoter sold some New Years Eve tickets to the Eldridge without owner Matt Levine‘s permission. [Down By The Hipster]

Calvin Klein heiress and SNL producer Marci Klein is in the process of divorcing her husband, model Scott Murphy. [P6]