SERIES FINALE: Nanny Of The Month: Cops Shut Down Jerry Seinfeld; What’s Up with Lemonade Stands?
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Jerry Seinfeld and his family thought it would be a fun idea to set up a lemonade stand in the Hamptons and donate the proceeds to charity. But like Seinfeld’s
If only it had the resilience of Kramerica Industries. A photo posted by Jessica Seinfeld (@jessseinfeld) on Aug 18, 2015 at 12:54pm PDT A charity lemonade stand run by Seinfeld's son Julian was shut down after neighbors complained about all the illegally parked cars stopping for lemonade. Show More Summary
Wait until Jackie Chiles hears of this.
Seinfeld’s son, Julian, and two friends set up the stand last week to raise money for charity. East Hampton, NY — To raise funds for a local baby clothes charity, funnyman Jerry Seinfeld and family set up a lemonade stand. However, their...Show More Summary
We’ve seen lemonade stands shut down by the authorities again and again and again and again, apparently lest kids grow up thinking they can generate their own wealth rather than
Jerry Seinfeld's son got in trouble with the police -- and he's only 12 years old
"Lemonade dreams crushed by local neighbor"
Jerry Seinfeld’s wife, Jessica, shared a photo on Instagram recently of her comedian husband and their family with their hands (...)
When life gives you lemons… HIDE THEM because the fuzz will take you down! Such was the case with Jerry Seinfeld and his kids! [ Related: Jerry Seinfeld Meets The President Of Crackle! ] Last week, the comedian, his son Julian, and two of his friends set up a lemonade stand in East Hampton, New York to raise money [...]
In a situation that’s surprisingly not already the premise of a Seinfeld or Curb Your Enthusiasm episode, police in Jerry Seinfeld’s East Hampton neighborhood ordered that his son’s lemonade stand be shut down because peddling of any form in the area is illegal. Show More Summary
Jerry’s Seinfeld’s son had his charity lemonade stand shut down by police after neighbor’s complained. Seinfeld’s son set up a lemonade stand along the roadway of their Strong Island home. The comic’s residence is located in the upscale Hampton’s area near New York City. Show More Summary
It seems that lemonade stands are serious business. Jerry Seinfeld and his family learned that not all of their East Hamptons neighbors are keen on the idea of children selling lemonade in their town. Even if their stand is for a good cause. Show More Summary
Jerry Seinfeld opened a charity lemonade stand with his son and two friends in an upscale East Hamptons neighborhood in New York. However, the lemonade stand was shut down by police after neighbors complained about the television star “peddling” in the streets. Show More Summary
What's the deal with lemonade stands?
As local newspaper The East Hampton Press — and every other Seinfeld fan who's heard about this story — put it, "No Lemonade for You."
All because of a Newman-esque neighbor. Out in East Hampton, the Seinfeld family set up a lemonade stand to raise money for Jessica's Baby Buggy charity — a common-enough, all-American activity, but apparently not in the eyes of oneShow More Summary
Whether it's Newman or a grumpy person in the Hamptons, Jerry Seinfeld seems to have bad luck with neighbors. The comedian and his family were selling lemonade for charity in East Hampton last week, but were shut down after someone called the police. The Seinfelds were raising money for Baby...
It was a big to-do about nothing. Some killjoy neighbor called the cops on Jerry Seinfeld and his family for setting up a roadside lemonade stand for charity in East Hampton, New York, the New York Post reported. In a photo posted to...Show More Summary