Nun in property dispute with Katy Perry dies after collapsing in court

A nun being sued by Katy Perry fell and died in court

Hollister bought the property with the help of sisters Rita Callahan and Catherine Rose Holzman from the Immaculate Heart of Mary who claimed they had the authority to sell it. The legal battle were and still are for the rights over a former convent in Los Angeles and also included local restaurateur and aspiring developer Dana Hollister.

The sisters said they were unhappy with Perry buying the property, due to her provocative music, with Callanan telling LA Times: "I found her videos". Hollister was in the process of renovating the convent, which she planned to turn into a hotel and restaurant project, when she was sued by the archdiocese.

The sisters have lived at the 8-acre Los Feliz property since 1973 and say they have documents proving they are the rightful owners.

A judge granted Perry approval to buy the estate from the archbishop, but her bid stills need approval from the Vatican.

However, that sale was blocked by a judge in 2016, who claimed that the proposed deal was invalid, thereby leaving Katy with the opportunity to purchase the property.

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A jury agreed with Katy Perry and the Catholic Church that Hollister had acted with malice, and awarded them $10 million.

During an interview in 2015, she explained: "After she spoke [about] her lifestyle, and what we have been teaching for years and our older sisters have been teaching, and what we believe in, [she] just did not fit".

'We extend our prayers today to the Immaculate Heart of Mary community and to all her friends and loved ones, ' he added.

Perry reportedly visited the nuns to win them over, and is said to have shown them her tattoo of Jesus and sung a hymn for them.

"It's not doing anyone any good except hurting a lot of people". And last December, a jury ordered that Hollister pay nearly $10 million in compensatory damages to the Archdiocese of Los Angeles and Perry for interfering in the Archdiocese's sale of the property to the "Swish Swish" singer.