From the NY Post:
A couple that has lived at a multimillion-dollar East Hampton mansion since it was foreclosed on in May 2014 were finally given the boot on Thursday — but not before getting in one last free summer of fun.
“They partied here all summer,” a source said of David and Gia Walsh, who had been staying at the 80 Further Lane home even after it was sold to the mortgage lender for $8 million at auction in April. “It’s $300,000 to $500,000 to rent for the summer. They got a free summer out of it.”
The couple, whose primary residence is in Bronxville, even threw a “huge” party, the source added. But it was their last hurrah in the lavish home after receiving an eviction notice in mid-August.
On Thursday, a sheriff showed up to the beachfront property with a moving company, which chucked everything the couple left behind to the curb — including three 50-inch flat-screen TVs, a pool table and disassembled treadmills.
Their belongings were taken to the town dump, where they have 24 hours to claim them.
David Walsh, who is president and CEO of a networking and software company, and Gia Walsh, a small-time movie producer, bought the 8,000-square-foot home for $2.7 million in 1999.