Published: Sun, March 11, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

Katy Perry Nun Involved in Singer's Lawsuit Drops Dead in Court

Katy Perry Nun Involved in Singer's Lawsuit Drops Dead in Court

They are now in a legal battle against Katy Perry, because the nuns planned to sell the property for a cool $15.5 million to a business woman named Dana Hollister, according to Just Jared.

They defended Hollister, who wanted to turn the 20,000 square-foot property into a boutique hotel with the nun's blessing, but has now been forced to declare bankruptcy.

Katy Perry had offered to buy it from Archdiocese of Los Angeles for nearly $15million in 2014.

Sister Catherine Rose Holzman, 89, was one of two nuns fighting to retain control over a property in the trendy neighborhood of Los Feliz, California that was formerly a convent of the Los Angeles Archdiocese.

"We extend our prayers today to the Immaculate Heart of Mary community and to all her friends and loved ones". A jury saw it Katy's way. awarding her and the Archdioceses $10 mil back in December.

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However, in 2016, a judge ruled the sale to the entrepreneur was invalid.

Upon learning of this, the nuns from The Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary claimed the LA Archdiocese didn't have the rights to sell the Los Feliz convent to Perry for $14.5 million.

"To Katy Perry, please stop", Holzman said.

It's not clear if or when Perry plans to move into the property.

But the nuns were reportedly unimpressed by the fact Perry had to read the lyrics on her smartphone and were nonplussed by the tattoo of Jesus on her wrist.

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A judge ruled that the sale of the convent was invalid and Perry and the Catholic Church were awarded a total of nearly $10m (£7.2m) in damages in December previous year.

"Katy Perry represents everything we don't believe in", Holzman told Billboard. "It's not doing anyone any good except hurting a lot of people", Holzman said.

Hours before her death she spoke to USA news channel Fox 11 LA, decrying the ruling that cleared the way for the sale of the property to Perry.

It is unclear if the case will continue now that the Sister has passed away.

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