connectVideoMadonna told by the judge to stop the harassment of her neighbors
Manhattan Supreme Court justice Gerald Lebovits said pop superstar Madonna was “only harassing’ the tenants of her Upper West Side co-op for the further search for records of the board of directors after they lost a legal bid challenging the rule on its lease.
Madonna isn’t accepting defeat just yet.
The pop star is planning to appeal a judge’s recent decision to maintain her Manhattan co-op rulerequiring her to be physically present when one of her employees or family members are home.
Judge Gerald Lebovits’ November ruling, together with the co-op capped off a nearly three-year battle between the Material Girl and her building.
MADONNA LOSES THREE-YEAR BATTLE WITH MANHATTAN CO-OP MORE THAN $7.3 MILLION APARTMENT
A lawyer of the singer has served the notice of the appeal on Wednesday in Manhattan Supreme Court, stating that her lawyers plan to ask a higher court to reverse Lebovits’ decision.
In April 2016, Madonna sued Harperley Hall on West 64th Street and Central Park West, after the board made the rule change, apart from her children and her household-help of $7.3 million path went away.
This story originally appeared on Page Six.