Angie Everhart denies ‘egging’ neighbour’s apartment following argument

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A representative for Angie Everhart has denied allegations that the former Playboymodel “egged” her neighbour’s home following an argument.

On Thursday 28 July, Everhart’s neighbour, Christina Savar, told TMZ that the two of them had an altercation about Savar’s dog barking too loudly late at night.

Ms Savar claimed that later that night, she heard her doorbell ring but did not answer it.

The next morning, she claimed to have found her front door and balcony covered in egg yolk and shells. She immediately called the police.

According to TMZ, no arrests were made and no report was filed.

Additionally, no more calls are believed to have been made about either of the women.

A representative for Everhart told The Independent: “The allegations are ridiculous.”

Speaking to Page Six, the representative added: “Angie had Covid and the dogs of her neighbour never stopped barking from morning to night. The fact is the police came and wouldn’t even write a report.”

Ms Savar told TMZ that she is planning to move out of the property.

Everhart has been modelling since 1995 after appearing in various editions of Sports Illustrated. She posed nude for Playboy in February 2000.

The Independent has contacted a representative for Everhart for comment.

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