One of three units owned by the formerly free-spending Jocelyn Wildenstein, otherwise known by her plastic surgery moniker, “Catwoman,” has been sold by her creditors.
The apartment, on the 51st floor of Trump World Tower at 845 United Nations Plaza, was sold for $2 million, according to property records.
Listing broker Jason Haber of Warburg Realty, declined comment.
Wildenstein, 80, had originally owned three apartments at the tower that first went on the market for $17.5 million in 2015.
The apartments — described by a past listing broker as “an apartment in the sky with airplane views” — had been gutted and left as raw space.
Together, the three apartments totaled 5,160 square feet.
They are side by side but not connected, and feature views of the East River, the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building, said a broker familiar with the listing.
The remaining two apartments are still on the market and asking $5.59 million. They can also be sold separately. The seller is an administrator appointed by her creditors.
Swiss-born Wildenstein was once married to the late billionaire art dealer/heir Alec Wildenstein and known as “the Bride of Wildenstein.”
Wildenstein reportedly got an unbelievable $2.5 billion in the divorce settlement. But she seemed to have been swindled out of much of it.
By 2018, she was so far removed from her billion dollar lifestyle that she had filed for bankruptcy.
She was since been the on-again, off-again fiancé of fashion designer Lloyd Klein, 54 — they have been “together” for 17 years — and she once sported a 32-carat diamond engagement ring.
Klein had dressed women of all ages, from Nicki Minaj to Joan Collins. But the two often got into, well, cat fights — domestic spats that ended up in the papers.
Wildenstein has publicly spoken about her plastic surgery procedures.
They include canthopexy, which gave her eyes their cat-like appearance. In March, Page Six revealed that Wildenstein was shopping a docuseries about her life, and back together with Klein, chilling in Miami.