Katy Perry's legal nun drama is still chugging along. After purchasing the Order of the Blessed Virgin Mary of the Diocese of Los Angeles in 2015, Perry has to do with the nuns who lived there. The women said they had the right to sell the property and went to court where Perry was given the right to buy the monastery for $ 15 million.
Four years later and sister Rita Callanan, the group's last surviving sister, once again argues against the pop star in an interview with the New York Post .
"I really did not like Katy Perry. I'm sure she does not like me, "Callanan said, explaining how she is now in a bitter dispute with the Diocese of Los Angeles after her friend, Sister Catherine Holzman, appeared in a court appearance in March 201
"Health insurance, television, their credit cards, there were always late fees, but she was too scared to talk about it, she had to borrow money from friends, "a friend from Callanan said." She had to go to the Sister Christian Service Group to get bags of groceries, she had nothing in the pantry because she did did not get enough money. "
Despite all the controversy surrounding Perry's purchase of the monastery, Perry finally decided that she would buy the property, which is currently for $ 25 million Onen dollar is again for sale, no longer wanted
A representative of the archdiocese said: "While the formal legal option for the assets has expired, the archdiocese and Mrs. Perry are still talking about their continued interest in the assets."
Callanan, who is now 81, has no plans to give up.
"I intend to fight – but how long I can do that I do not know."