Joan Rivers caught in condo catfight

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Joan Rivers is being sued for a whopping $15 million by a corporation that took over the lease of a contentious ex-neighbor to her Manhattan condo named Elizabeth Hazan.

Details don’t much matter to Hazan, who told the New York Daily News, “Her problem with me is that I’m young, she’s old, I’m beautiful, she’s ugly. Without makeup she looks like the Joker in ‘Batman.’”

Rivers’ lawyer has an even simpler explanation. He says the suit is about alleged unpaid fees for the ritzy East Side condo.

To be fair to Rivers, Hazan, who has badly dyed blond hair and her own brand of garish tartiness, is not exactly “beautiful.” And at 41 she can hardly call herself “young” with a straight face. At least Rivers’ straight face is probably due to Botox.Elizabeth HazanFeaturesGossipJoan Rivers

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