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USThe last living nun who fought Katy Perry's purchase of LA convent says the singer 'has blood on her hands'

23:50  09 june  2019
23:50  09 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

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A nun told the New York Post that Katy Perry has ' blood on her hands ' in reference to the singer ' s effort to buy a former convent in Los Angeles . Holzman and Callanan were among the nuns who lived on the eight-acre property after it was purchased in 1972. The sisters occupied it until 2011

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The last living nun who fought Katy Perry's purchase of LA convent says the singer 'has blood on her hands'© Mel Melcon/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images, Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP

The last living nun of the convent who fought off Katy Perry's purchase of a Los Angeles property isn't giving up on the feud.

Sister Rita Callanan, 81, told the New York Post that the singer "has blood on her hands" after the lengthy legal battle over the former home of Sisters of the Most Holy and Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Los Angeles.

Her comment comes as the home is back on the market after years of legal troubles, and more than a year after 89-year-old Sister Catherine Rose Holzman died in March 2018 while in court battling Perry's lawyers.

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Katy Perry is still involved in a bunch of nun -related drama. In case you missed it, Katy paid a California archdiocese .5 million for a convent in Los Angeles . The last surviving nun from the convent claims that Katy " has blood on her hands ." She also says , “I really didn’t like Katy Perry .

She added that Perry had " blood on her hands " over the 89-year-old' s death. The two nuns were challenging the singer ' s attempted purchase of a former The LA archdiocese, which claims it has the right to sell the convent , told the Post: "While formal legal option on the property has expired, the

Holzman pleaded to KTTV for the singer to back off the sale hours before she died, saying: "To Katy Perry, please stop."

"It's not doing anyone any good except hurting a lot of people," Holzman said as she entered the courthouse with Sister Callanan.

The nuns took aim at Perry after a tangle of ownership issues and their personal disapproval of the singer.

On her mission to woo the nuns into accepting the sale, Perry reportedly sang"Oh Happy Day" for them at a meeting regarding the sale, and showed them a "Jesus" tattoo on her wrist.

It apparently didn't do the trick, as Holzman wrote to an archdiocese official that if they sold to Perry, they would feel they "are being forced to violate our canonical vows to the Catholic Church."

She went further in a 2015 Billboard interview, saying "Katy Perry represents everything we don't believe in," and "it would be a sin to sell to her."

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An 89-year-old Catholic nun who has battled pop star Katy Perry for years over the sale of a Los Angeles convent has collapsed and died while attending court proceedings about the Holzman had earlier told KTTV as she entered the courthouse with Sister Rita Callanan: “To Katy Perry , please stop.

Katy Perry has been embroiled in a years-long legal battle with several nuns over a hilltop property Sister Catherine Rose Holzman, who had battled Perry and the Archdiocese of Los Angeles They occupied it until 2011, when they say the church' s archdiocese forced them to move to other locations.

In 2015, Perry ended up buying the convent for $14.5 million in cash from the Los Angeles archdiocese. However, the nuns contend that this was a wrongful sale because they purchased the property with their own money in 1972.

After they were reportedly forced to relocate in 2011, they approved a sale to businesswoman Dana Hollister in 2015. The archdiocese objected to the sale and in 2016, a judge declared the transaction invalid, and Perry and the archdiocese were awarded damages of more than $15 million.

Sister Callanan told the Post: "I really didn't like Katy Perry. I'm sure she doesn't like me."

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