Seinfeld and Bookman; and Seinfeld and the kids in East Hampton.


The streets of East Hampton are safe once more from the likes of Jerry Seinfeld and his offspring.

Cops in the east end Long Island town shut down a roadside lemonade stand that the funnyman’s son Julian and two pals had set up to raise money for the nonprofit Baby Buggy, run by Seinfeld’s wife Jessica.

Baby Buggy “provides essential clothing, gear & services to families in need nationwide,” its website says.

The Seinfelds blamed a stick-up-their-bum neighbor for turning the kids in to the fuzz.


Jessica Seinfeld posted a photo on Instagram sticking it to the cops for swooping in on her son and his buddies. She had them all pose with their hands behind their heads as if they were being rounded up for something far more diabolical.

It is illegal in East Hampton to set up any form of peddling on town property.

"Lemonade dreams crushed by local neighbor but not before raising lots of money for @loverecycled," she posted.

John A. Oswald is editor-at-large at Metro and can be found on Twitter@nyc_oz.
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