Report: Alleged host of 7th Street sex parties arrested for a probation violation
The sex-house saga on Seventh Street has taken another strange twist.
The Post has been all over the story of Avraham Adler, who allegedly hosted advertised sex parties at the tony townhouse he’s renting at 189 E. Seventh St. between Avenue B and Avenue C.
Next came the revelation from the tabloid that Adler “is leading a ‘double or triple life’ as an ultra-Orthodox Jew with a pregnant wife and three kids in suburban New Jersey.”
And now from the Post: On Friday, U.S. Marshals and N.J. Regional Fugitive Task Force members arrested Adler, saying they were executing a Pennsylvania warrant for a probation violation stemming from a fraud conviction.
Bucks County Deputy District Attorney Marc Furber said Adler was convicted in 2017 of misdemeanor theft and receiving stolen property in the theft of numerous items from a company called Genesis Diagnostics, and received five years’ probation. This year he was convicted of access device fraud, a felony, for allegedly using the Genesis Diagnostics name “to obtain credit and make substantial purchases.” He was given another five years’ probation to run consecutively to the 2017 sentence.
In a previous Manhattan Supreme Court filing, Wonwoo Chang, the owner of 189 E. Seventh St., claimed that Adler, who signed a two-year lease here on April 1, has hosted “lewd” parties where “on premises sex took place.” (Adler also hosted at least one high-brow art party — despite a court order barring further events at the residence.)
Aside from throwing what neighbors said were disruptive parties, he was known to park his fleet of luxury cars in front of a fire hydrant on the block.
Previously on EV Grieve:
Report: Landlord alleges tenant using 7th Street townhouse for sex parties