The suit also names the actress' son, Liam Dunaway O'Neill, as a
subtenant of the Manhattan apartment.
The housing court suit was filed Tuesday.
The suit says the "Bonnie & Clyde" actress owns a house in West Hollywood, Calif. and has her voter and car registrations there.
Rent stabilization rules require tenants to use those apartments as a primary residence, not a second home.
The suit says she pays $1,048 for the one-bedroom walk-up. Similar apartments in that neighborhood rent for about twice that.
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