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A Worm Turns in Brooklyn

After he walked off with $3 million in Bruce Ratner's money a year and a half ago, Daniel Goldstein portrayed himself as a bit of a vagabond, not homeless but looking for his next home nonetheless. He found it, a couple of miles away from the Barclays Center in Park Slope. But the story doesn't end there. It seems the house on 15th Street isn't big enough for Goldstein, his wife and nearly three-year-old daughter. So they're putting up an addition that has neighbors fuming. They're so angry with the addition (and Goldstein's refusal to respond to them) that they are threatening a "six year lawsuit." Sound familiar...or maybe just ironic?

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