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Jill Zarin in hideously unglamorous court battle over a Midwestern Rite Aid

Being considered one of New York Metropolis’s women who lunch isn’t all champagne at The Plaza, tea sandwiches and calling Lee Radziwill a bitch.

Generally, apparently, it additionally entails going 15 lengthy and bloody rounds … over a Rite Aid in one thing referred to as Canton, Ohio.

Web page Six has realized that racehorse-owning, Hamptons summer-ing, upholstery doyen Jill Zarin is locked in a knock-down-drag-out battle over a fabulously appointed but tastefully restrained strip-mall pharmacy with sweeping views that take in a Wendy’s, an Arby’s and a drive-thru liquor retailer, and which boasts over a hundred ft of prime frontage on an unremarkable Midwestern intersection.

Plainly in addition to leaving her, one imagines, swaths of diamonds and strings of pearls, Zarin’s late husband, Bobby, purchased her — presumably in a romantic outburst — multiple Rite Aid retailer. We’re informed Bobby forked over $650,000 for the situation in query.

Jill Zarin with late husband, Bobby Zarin, in 2016.
Jill with late husband Bobby Zarin in 2016. Bobby died in January 2018.
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However — in keeping with court papers — a $1,695,000 mortgage on the Canton drugstore got here due proper at first of the pandemic.

Court papers declare that as a result of a bungling (and since fired) property supervisor, no person talked about this to Jill, and so the lender, Central State Credit score Union, took over the Rite Aid and has since been amassing the hire.

Now she says she’s not being given the right alternative to repay the debt and take again her beloved Rite Aid.

So the previous star of “The Actual Housewives of New York” is now entrenched in a deliriously unglamorous combat to get the Benadryl-and-Ritz-crackers boutique again in her identify.

And she or he’s not joyful about it, it appears.

“I’ve been brought about to expend hundreds of {dollars} on counsel to resolve what ought to be a routine matter,” Jill complained in an affidavit seen by Web page Six.

Jill declined to remark. A lawyer for CSCU informed us, “We don’t touch upon pending foreclosures proceedings,” and a court-appointed receiver didn’t get again to us.

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