The Queens property manager who riled residents by displaying Nazi propaganda in the condo’s lobby is accused of also grabbing a female tenant by the neck — and threatening to torch the building, according to a criminal complaint.
“You f—ing c–t whore,” Neal Milano, 70, allegedly spat at the 43-year-old woman in front of the Sunnyside condo on several occasions.
Milano is accused of harassing the resident 20 times from September 2016 through July, once warning that he was “going to burn the building down,” the complaint says.
He allegedly tried to attack her by grabbing her neck and arm at two different times.
Milano appeared in Queens Criminal Court on Monday on attempted assault, stalking, and harassment charges. He’s being held on $2,500 bail.
His lawyer, Antonio Ramirez, said the female tenant fabricated the claims because of a pending lawsuit over her allegedly breaking condo rules.
Milano voluntarily turned over a legal rifle and shotgun to authorities. But he still refuses to remove photographs of Hitler with a swastika flag, Stalin, Mussolini, and Confederate icons, as residents have requested.
Authorities have said the charges are unrelated to the displays, but Milano is being investigated by city and state officials for the offensive decorations.
Ramirez said his client put up the images in conjunction with the board as part of a history of the United States.
The lobby also has a 9/11 mural and a poster of Martin Luther King Jr.