It appears that it wasn't a part of performance art.
This weekend, a colorful socialite claimed she was attacked by a stalker because her NFTs are so valuable.
Page Six is informed by a source that there was a lot of feud at the high-end event, which features unique performance artworks, between the art-world sceneter and another woman.
According to a witness, Engman dressed in ostrich feathers, bedazzled sunglasses, a tiara, and a glittery sash that read Art Royalty were walked out of the event by security, and they learned there was talk about the romantic event.
Engman, who was forced to take anger management classes in 2016 after biting a lady on a Turkish Airlines flight, says, I wasnt escorted out. I had a stalker waiting for me when I departed the party and tried to assault me on the street in front. I had to hire private security.
Despite her claims of being assaulted, she claims the incident did not involve actual blows.
Thank God, there was no physical contact, because my private security kept her away from me, Engman assures us, who claims, She has been stalking me for weeks.
Curator Engman would not provide further information on who the woman is or what transpired, saying that my bodyguard said I would not be able to speak on it.
However, she did state that she was pursuing me as a millionaire since my NFTs are so valuable. I am so grateful to her for letting me go.
Engman claims that her BMW Art Car, which was displayed earlier that day during a polo match in Bridgehampton, will cost $4.7 million, while a Masterworks and Magnificent Gems series NFT will cost $4.5 million. (It is actually listed for $450 million online).
No bids have been received on OpenSea's listing of her work. Her net worth is unknown.
Reps for the Watermill Center said the organization is unable to speak out because they are unaware of the incident you mention.
Carrie Mae Weems, Jean Shafiroff, Fern Mallis, and lawyer Lieba Nesis were among the guests who remained afloat throughout the evening, which included a man speaking Spanish in a giant egg, and a topless woman moving fake rocks.
Virgil Abloh, Lady Gaga, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Sharon Stone have all participated in the event over the years.
In 2016, Engman had a run-in with the law when she was accused of biting her on an international flight while screaming insults and removing the arm rest on the woman's leg.
Engman, well-known for wearing tiaras, had claimed that it was absurd and was initially charged with simple assault, but pleaded guilty to harassment. She was sentenced to 50 hours of community service and 24 hours of anger management classes.