Orgy victim: I’m homeless: Ari Teman Airbnb

Published: May 29, 2015

Orgy victim: I’m homeless: Ari Teman Airbnb, A Manhattan man who lost his apartment after an Airbnb user threw an “XXX freak fest” orgy there said he’s now homeless and “blacklisted” from leasing apartments.

Ari Teman, 33, said he has lived in more than 20 places since raunchy revelers ransacked his Chelsea luxury condo in March 2014.

“I just don’t know where I’m going to sleep next, and that’s getting to be annoying,” the comedian told the Daily news.

Comedian Ari Teman rented his New York Apartment on Airbnb only to discover that the tenant was really a sex party promoter.

Teman made headlines last year after David Carter, a Fed-Ex employee, allegedly threw a sex party after claiming he was in town for a wedding. According to flyers found online, the party organizer charged $20 per person before 1 a.m. and $25 after that.

Teman came back five and a half hours after giving David the key to find 18 men in velvet track suits and pornographic photos scattered all over his apartment. His white couch was destroyed by stains, and other furniture had been dumped in the back alley of his building.

The debacle caused Teman’s landlordto sue him in housing court, Teman said.

The case was dropped, but Teman’s name – like hundreds of thousands named in New York housing court cases every year – ended up in a database of purportedly risky rentersthat landlords pay to access.

Teman was evicted from his $2,500-a-month apartment in January, and now no broker will represent him, he said. One building management company even refused his offer to pay the entire year up front, he said.

Airbnb spokesman Jakob Kerr said the company “took immediate action to find Ari a safe place to stay and reimbursed him” over a year ago, and the man who rented his space was “permanently removed from our community.”

Teman said he’s since moved between different “rundown, sketchy” sublets and random hotel rooms across the city. He’s currently staying at the Upper West Side apartment of his cousin’s cousin until June 1, but it’s always hard to keep track of his current address.

“I house-sat a rabbit for a good week and a half just to have a place to stay,” Teman said. “A rodent has more housing stability than me!”

Carter, 32, told the Daily News that he rented the place for a relative who was coming from out of town and was allowed to have people over.

“The whole concept of this was a fabricated story for him to use his 15 minutes of fame,” Carter, of Brooklyn, said. “The only thing I have to say is, good luck and enjoy your karma.”

Carter said he’s an event planner, but not for sex parties, and claimed a flyer posted online was fake.

If there was actual damage to the apartment, Carter said he would have been arrested when police were called to the scene, but he was not.

Teman said Carter’s claims are “easily disproven.”

Right after the incident, Teman said the damage cost $67,000. Airbnb paid for some of it, but Teman declined to say how much.

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