Sarah Jessica Parker returns to West Village uninvited for SJP shoe collection shoot

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It’s one thing when fans of the hit television show “Sex and the City” trek to the West Village — they are to stay behind a metal chain, blocking the steps of that famous townhouse.

But West Village residents are angry the star and shoe designer staged an seemingly unauthorized photo shoot on the stoop of her “SATC” apartment. The New York Daily News reports that residents of West Perry Street are irked by the latest intrusion, and not by fans of the show.

The owners are up in arms as they deal with relentless tourists, and SJP has ignored their requests for an explanation on how she could endorse the shoot, even though ‘no trespassing’ signs are posted. SJP used their house during the years of filming, and now won’t acknowledge that she and her company used the steps and facade, this time without permission, to promote her shoe line.

Here are the Instagram photos from the SJP for Nordstrom collection on Oct. 7.

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