The life of “Gong Show” host Chuck Barris has taken yet another strange turn.

Barris, who claimed in his 2002 autobiography “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind” to have moonlighted as a CIA assassin while emceeing the popular 1970s TV talent show, is locked into a heated — and thus far mostly losing — legal battle with his 85-year-old co-op neighbor, Dorothea Weitzner.

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