East Village ‘sex party’ house hosts event despite court order

New York Post 1 week ago

He’s not in the mood!

Avraham Adler, the ultra-Orthodox Jew turned randy East Villager, has traded in his paddles for palettes.

Sleazy shenanigans scheduled for Saturday at the $4 million four-story townhouse Adler rents were scrapped last-minute due to a “discrepancy with the venue,” according to a message sent by the anonymous organizer to peeved partygoers who had purchased $65 tickets.

The sex-filled soirees came to light when Adler’s angry landlord sued him in Manhattan Supreme Court, prompting a judge to put the kibosh on the parties.

But despite an Oct. 4 court ruling barring further events at the townhome, Adler went ahead and allowed the space to be used for an art show on Wednesday and Thursday which drew 200 people.

“He’s in contempt of court,” property owner Wanwoo Chang seethed to The Post Friday. “The judge’s ruling was not only no parties, but no subletting. The judge has no idea the parties went on. He will soon.”

The apparently canceled Saturday event, “Debauche,” was billed as an “event for the sexually liberated,” promised orgasm rooms on the second and fourth floors and a “kink box” on the third floor where patrons would “have the privilege of enjoying” a violent wand, paddles and floggers, and knife play, via “The Gladiator, Kendo & Daito swords.”

A first-floor “Pleasure Enhancement Zone” offered “sex machines” that delivered a “different kind of stimulation and orgasm.”

The ‘Burbs to bad boy Adler signed a two-year lease on the townhouse on April 1, and within a month opened the space to “lewd loud” parties almost every week, his landlord, Chang charged in court papers. During two of the seamy events, “on premises sex took place,” the landlord claims in legal papers.

Chang said Saturday’s frisky business may have been postponed, but “we are keeping an eye on it.”

“The entire neighborhood is up in arms,” one East 7th Street resident fumed to The Post. “There are multiple email lists and group chats trying to figure out a way to get him out. No one wants a night club/sex den in a residential area full of families.”

The art show, called “Down the Rabbit Hole,” included California wine and craft beer flowing freely during an invite-only three-hour affair.

On Thursday, Richard Wagner’s “Ride of the Valkyries” blared from a first-floor sound system, while a sax player clad in a black shirt and leopard skin pants entertained the guests upstairs.

Marina Dojchinov, who curated the art work of Mari Gior for the show “based on Alice in Wonderland,” said they secured the space in exchange for Gior painting a rooftop mural for Adler.

Adler, 33, has another life in Clifton, New Jersey, where his pregnant wife and three kids reside. His estranged spouse accused him of leading a “double life” after the lawsuit came to light.

Adler denies being a two-timing husband and troublesome tenant, claiming there’s a schmear campaign against him.

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