Harvey Keitel is facing a lawsuit after an architect named Robert Kahn alleged him for not paying his service in redesigning the actor's home in New York.
Harvey Keitel is facing a lawsuit over claims he failed to pay an architect for redesigning his home in New York. Robert Kahn alleges the "Reservoir Dogs" actor owes him $43,850 for hiring consultants and drawing up plans for an overhaul of the property in Manhattan.
In papers filed at a New York court this week, Kahn is demanding Keitel and his wife Daphna Kastner settle the bill for the renovation plans, which included combining three separate apartments into one home.
His lawsuit aside, Harvey Keitel will be seen starring opposite Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson in upcoming movie "Little Fockers" which was the sequel of "Meet the Fockers". The big screen project is set to hit U.S. theaters on July 30.