Olsen Twins' NYC Neighbors Resent 'Military Presence'

Residents of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's quiet block in downtown New York City's West Village are annoyed by the famous twins' "military presence," the New York Post's Page Six gossip column reports.

"They are disruptive, intrusive and totally disrespectful," one neighbor told Page Six.

In May, the Post reported the multimillionaires were renting two floors of a brownstone on West 13th for $12,000 a month. A source reported seeing the party princesses "piling out of their gas guzzlers in their little club outfits" in the wee hours.

One resident now calls the Olsens "two spoiled brats" who "change the character of the neighborhood" by posting security guards outside. The security guards have asked residents of the building to move from the brownstone's stoop so the twins can climb the steps in privacy, Page Six reports.

A block resident told Page Six two giant GMC Denali trucks are parked outside the townhouse every night, with employees who keep the engines idling for hours at a time. "You would think there was a government operation going on," the resident said, calling the twins "invaders."

A rep for the Olsens denied that security has ever asked anyone to leave the stoop and told Page Six, "If there were significant issues, you would think that the neighbors would address Ashley or Mary-Kate directly, rather than calling the media."

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