A photo of J.Lo’s fiancé Alex Rodriguez sitting on the toilet in their $17.5million apartment is being circulated on social media – and his lawyers are looking to sue whoever took it.
The snap, which is believed to have been taken by someone working at a hedge fund in the building next door, shows A-Rod playing on his phone while relieving himself.
Rodriguez decided against closing the curtains while visiting his marbled washroom at their New York City pad, and he can be clearly seen sitting on the throne in a blue shirt.
The white bathroom even has towels monogrammed with the letter A.
A source told Page Six: ‘Alex’s lawyers are all over this. They are working hard to find out who the culprit is. It is a clear breach of privacy.
A photo of J.Lo’s fiancé Alex Rodriguez sitting on the toilet in their $17.5million apartment is being circulated on social media
There are two buildings adjacent to Rodriguez’s apartment at 432 Park Avenue where the photo could have been taken
‘The photo was obviously taken from the building next door, from a floor possibly parallel to Alex’s apartment.
‘One of the hedge funds in the building next door will be getting a big lawsuit.’
The Harbinger Group, Ortelius Capital Partners and JMP Securities all have offices near the apartment.
Jennifer Lopez and Rodriguez are currently looking to sell the three-bedroom four-and-a-half bathroom Gotham penthouse which has views of Central Park.
The 4,000 sq. foot penthouse is located at 432 Park Avenue, which is the tallest residential building in the world.
Inside, both Lopez and Rodriguez have their own bathrooms.
The snap shows A-Rod playing on his phone while relieving himself. Pictured: one of the bathrooms in the New York City penthouse
The pad has a 75-foot indoor swimming pool set in a sleek room with expansive windows and elevated ceilings
The power couple, who were first romantically linked in March of 2017, ‘love the building, but when their kids are all together, it’s too small,’ a source told Page Six of the reason behind the sale. ‘They need something bigger for the family.’
The 49-year-old actress-singer is mom to twins Max and Emme, 10, with ex Marc Anthony, while the 43-year-old baseball alum is father to two daughters Ella, 14, and Natasha, 10, with ex Cynthia Scurtis.
The property offers sweeping views of Central Park and the New York City skyline.
A private elevator straight goes into the A-list couple’s penthouse, according to The Wall Street Journal.
While the palatial pad only has three bedrooms, the incredible views from every corner provide a rationale for the seriously hefty price tag.
The apartment’s modern and minimalist kitchen features a central island, and offers a serene space to prepare meals with enormous windows providing a jaw-dropping view of New York City.
The open plan living-dining room is flooded with natural light, and the light hues of the furnishing helps to create a refreshing spot for the lovebirds to enjoy the spectacular views
The residence includes a lavish boardroom for business purposes
There is also a cinema room, designed in the style of a classic movie theatre, with luxe padded burgundy seats and an enormous screen
The open plan living room and dining room is flooded with natural light, and the light hues of the furnishing helps to create a refreshing, satisfying spot for the lovebirds to enjoy the spectacular views across the city.
The Jenny From The Block songstress and her sportsman beau’s penthouse also houses their own library, complete with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves.
The residence includes a lavish boardroom complete with an executive table large enough to accommodate 12 people.
The luxury apartment block boasts a billiard room for residents, complete with a grand central pool table, bookshelves and multiple minimalist seated areas dotted around the vast space.
The home has a 75-foot indoor swimming pool set in a sleek room with expansive windows and elevated ceilings.
A well-stocked gym provides a work-out space and a cinema room, designed in the style of a classic movie theatre, has luxe padded burgundy seats and an enormous screen. There’s also a tranquil, marble-walled, massage room.
Residents of the exclusive building also have access to a private restaurant, and can park their cars in a luxe private garage.