Steve Wynn's war with Kazuo Okada is causing some jitters among prospective neighbors in New York City.
The New York Post reported Tuesday that Wynn is shopping for a new apartment to replace the one he handed over to ex-wife Elaine in their record-setting divorce settlement.
He has been checking out a number of famous addresses, including the apartment formerly owned by the Wall Street financier Teddy Forstmann, whose entertainment talent agency IMG repped many top stars.
Forstmann, who died in November, owned what the New York Post referred to as a "trophy Upper Eastside penthouse" in Manhattan. It's on sale for $36 million.
A source told the Post, "The problem is, his situation with Okada is a mess. Â… Residents of the buildings he's most aggressively considering, including Forstmann's apartment, are unnerved by the situation, and fear there could be reprisals."
Vegas Confidential reported on Saturday that Wynn has beefed up his personal security since his legal battle intensified after he bought back the Japanese billionaire's 20 percent stake at a discount.