Aldon James has officially left the building.
Mr. James, the National Arts Club’s disgraced former president of 25 years and notorious antique hoarder, was finally evicted from his 15 Gramercy Park South digs today.
The eviction brings an end to a very long, very strange saga involving dead birds, antique hoarding and rose-colored glasses.
According to an 18-month investigation by the Attorney General’s office, the three men stockpiled club apartments — below market value or for free — to allegedly hoard antiques they purchased on flea market sprees using club funds.
A warrant forced him and his twin brother John James as well as their friend Steven Leitner to vacate their club apartments by July 31. Read More