Harvey Weinstein wears an ankle bracelet — part of his $1 million bail deal.
He sold his Beachside Avenue estate. But — in an agreement with the new owner and a New York judge — he can stay there until February.
So what’s with the couple of dozen big white tents that suddenly appeared on his property, next to Burying Hill Beach?
Were they part of a news media blitz, sheltering reporters as they uncover a new scandal involving the now-disgraced Hollywood mogul?
Perhaps they’re part of anti-Weinstein protest?
Maybe a special Greens Farms/Bankside Farmers version of a Civil War reenactment?
Turns out there’s a big wedding today, at another large Beachside mansion. The tents are for glampers.
Glamping — if you’re not cool enough to know — is “glamorous camping.”
You know: sleeping under the stars, in just a tent with a floor and queen bed, set up by workers, near other tents providing food, and plenty of high-end port-a-potties.
There are lights too, because that night sky can be so pesky.
The wedding guest glampers roughed it last night. They’ll be there tonight too, following today’s main event.
No word on whether they’ll hike down Beachside Avenue to the wedding, or be driven there in a glamping-style all-terrain limo.
(Want to know more about glamping? Click on the official website: Glamping.com.)