Comedian Jerry Seinfeld has found himself on the losing end of a lawsuit involving a broker’s commission on his Manhattan townhouse.

Supreme Court Justice Rolando T. Acosta has ruled that Seinfeld must pay a real-estate broker a commission of at least $98,750 for the $3.95 million townhouse he and his wife purchased in 2005.

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