A judge in Manhattan recently gave Madonna an official order on the behalf of the citizens of the United States of America. According to reports, the judge told the singer to leave her neighbors alone!
Gerald Lebovits, the Supreme Court Judge in Manhattan, claimed the pop superstar was bothering other residents of the Upper West Side co-op when she continually asked for records to challenge a legal ruling stating she had to be at her home in order for her family members and servants to live there.
For further explanation, Madonna wanted to access board records including voting information as well as how to figure out how they changed her lease and how her family can use her apartment without transgressing the rules laid out by her lease.
In other words, Madonna’s family and staff members cannot stay in her house while she’s not there because the lease says she cannot – a rule the singer has been trying to challenge.
In a decision made on Friday, the judge said that the plaintiff didn’t need any more materials regarding the case, because, by law, she isn’t allowed to challenge it anymore. The matter has been settled.
As it was previously reported, Madonna sued Harperley Hall two years ago in 2016, when the board changed her lease and stated her children and domestic servants couldn’t live in the house unless she was living there.
In her suit, Madonna said that she was known all over the world as an artist, entertainer, singer, and performer, so she couldn’t always be in the house. It was just not manageable.
In her statement, Madonna said she travels all over the world and owns many properties. In September of last year, the judge said she waited too long to challenge it and he closed the case.
Additionally, the judge decided to render her demands for records moot, saying the issue cannot be pursued any longer. Attorneys for Madonna didn’t respond to any publication’s request for comment.