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Faye Dunaway Gives Up Rent-Stabilized Manhattan Pad

The actress has given up her $1,048-a-month Upper East Side apartment



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    Faye Dunaway at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards.

    Faye Dunaway is moving on from a fight with a landlord over a New York apartment — by moving out.

    The New York Times reported Wednesday the "Bonnie & Clyde" and "Chinatown" actress agreed this month to give up her rent-stabilized, $1,048-a-month Upper East Side apartment. The paper says an agreement filed last week gave her until this past Monday to move out. Her landlord's lawyer told the paper she has.

    Dunaway's agent declined to comment Wednesday.

    The landlord sued Dunaway in August, seeking to evict her. The suit said she didn't use the one-bedroom walkup as her primary residence, as required by rent stabilization rules.

    Dunaway's lawyers had previously said she planned to keep the apartment and wanted repairs made. She had rented it since 1994.