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NEW YORK (AP) — The legal wrangling continues between comedian and condo board president Joan Rivers and a former downstairs neighbor in her luxury New York City building.

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Elizabeth Hazan was able to get into a $2 million two-bedroom unit she once occupied Wednesday, despite a judge's ruling the same day that she be denied access until she paid $200,000 in common charges.

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The Daily News reports (http://nydn.us/16tC6Df) Hazan, surrounded by reporters, convinced police to let her in before officers got word of the judge's order. The judge later said Rivers would have to get an eviction order.

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Rivers lives in a $30 million upstairs penthouse. In a statement, Rivers called Hazan a deadbeat owner and said the building would endure the fiasco. The board is considering its legal options