A disgraced movie mogul may be looking for a fresh start.
Film, television and theater producer Scott Rudin has sold his long-time San Remo co-op unit to Sparknotes founder and publisher Dan Weiss and his wife, literary agent Amy Berkower, for $13.1 million, according to property records.
Rudin had been a resident of the luxury 27-floor two-tower building since at least the 1990s.
The Upper West Side building has been home to many celebrities including Steve Martin, Bono and Bruce Willis.
Rudin does have a place to go. In 2019, he purchased former Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter’s three-story West Village townhouse for $16.4 million
Rudin has been embroiled in scandal since the Hollywood Reporter alleged in April that the Academy Award-winning producer maintained a toxic workplace, abusing his employees physically and emotionally.
Rudin allegedly threw objects at his assistants and even smashed a computer monitor on his employee’s hand. The behavior reportedly went on for decades.