American singer Katy Perry and the Catholic Church have been awarded almost 10million dollars in damages after the star’s plans to buy a former LA convent ended up in court.
Perry agreed to purchase the hilltop property for 14.5million dollars in 2015, but two of the nuns who used to live there objected, and instead sold it to restaurateur Dana Hollister without the approval of the archdiocese.
Last month, a jury found Hollister intentionally interfered with Perry’s planned purchase. The businesswoman made her purchase of the eight acre property with the co-operation of Sisters Rita Callanan and Catherine Rose Holzman, who maintained they had the authority to sell.

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