Red Hook apartment where Michelle Williams, Jason Segel lived reportedly devastated by Sandy

TRD New York /
Nov.November 01, 2012 03:30 PM

The Red Hook loft that “My Week With Marilyn” actress Michelle Williams shares with her boyfriend, Jason Segel, has been devastated by Hurricane Sandy, according to reports by the the Daily Mail.

The 275 Conover Street loft, where Williams lives Segel, the star of “How I Met Your Mother,” is reportedly flooded and without power. The building — Fairway market is on the bottom floor — was hit by an eight-foot breakwater during the storm. Press photographs have shown FEMA workers throwing all of Fairway’s contents into a dumpster.

Residents of the neighborhood were evacuated before the hurricane. It was not immediately clear if Williams and Segal were in the city when Sandy struck.

The pair reportedly moved into the rental apartment this summer. Williams owns a home in another Brooklyn neighborhood, Boerum Hill, which she previously shared with the late actor Heath Ledger, the father of her daughter, Matilda. [Daily Mail]Katherine Clarke


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