Is Adrian Grenier Out of the Park Slope Co-Op?
The Brooklyn co-op, a newsmaker in the last few months for its proposed Israeli product boycott, has strict rules about shifts. According to the co-op's FAQ, it's mandatory to work 2 hours and 45 minutes every four weeks (about 13 times per calendar year) to keep a membership. Grenier, who lives half the year in Los Angeles and the other half in New York, reportedly didn't keep up with the co-op's shift requirements.
However, none of the rumors have been confirmed by the co-op or Grenier. Grenier said back in 2009 that the reason he joined was because he didn't receive "special teatment." Now, the New York Daily News reports he has a new co-op membership card, this one in Clinton Hill.
Updated: Yep, Grenier is denying that he was kicked out of the Park Slope co-op and that he joined the new Greene Hill co-op instead, says The New York Times.