A Queens judge on Wednesday denied a bid by an ex-con accused of stealing a 70-year-old woman’s house to stay in the home — and gave him 10 days to clear out.
Darrell Beatty, 49, was arrested on grand larceny and other charges last month for allegedly forging a deed to Jennifer Merin’s Laurelton home — and then moving into the three-bedroom house with his two sons and their pit bull.
As the Daily News first reported Tuesday, Beatty posted his bail Oct. 22 — and moved right back in.
Both Beatty and Merin were in Queens Housing Court on Wednesday for a hearing before Judge Inez Hoyos.
Hoyos had previously ordered Beatty out of the house, but the supposed squatter filed emergency court papers to stay there while he continued to fight the eviction.