Updated 08:01 PM EDT, Fri, Jun 18, 2021

Katy Perry's Pursuit of Convent Property Opposed by Nuns! What the Sisters Found on Google

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Add a Hollywood convent to the things money cannot buy, for Katy Perry at least, for now.

According to People, The California Institute of the Sisters of the Most Holy and Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary are confused whether Katy Perry or Ms. Dana Hollister is the rightful buyer of their convent.

But, it seems like the nuns do not want the pop star to get her hands on their former home. 

"Well, I found Katy Perry, and I found her videos and ... if it's all right to say, I wasn't happy with any of it," Sister Rita Callanan told the Los Angeles Times.

Sister Rita was also able to watch Perry's Super Bowl halftime show performance in February. If fans can remember, the singer performed her hit songs "I Kissed a Girl," "Teenage Dream," "California Gurls," a Missy Elliot medley and her finale, "Fireworks," in a rather sexy fashion. Upon seeing the video, Sister Rita was not impressed at all.

"I thought, is that a way to make money?" she added. "Maybe I could fly around. I could be the flying nun."

However, it seems like the law is in the side of Perry as the Archdiocese of Los Angeles released a statement regarding the matter, and it seems like the other supposed buyer of the convent, Ms. Dana Hollister, will be facing civil action.

"Two proposals have been considered. Ms. Dana Hollister moved forward and recorded a deed without consent taking control of the property. News sources reported that her offer was for $15.5 million. However, the deed reflects a value of $10 million, of which only $100,000 was paid, and the balance is payable under a contingent promissory note with no assurance if and when the rest of the money will be paid," as stated in the press release.

"The other transaction, supported by the majority of the sisters, is for $14.5 million in value to the Sisters, consisting of $10 million in cash and an alternative property for the House of Prayer to be owned by the Sisters and valued at $4.5 million."

The announcement further stated that the contract between Dana Hollister and the sisters did not have the approval of Archdiosese and the Holy See. The top priority is the well-being of the Sisters and they will make a decision that will protect and best suit the Sisters. 

In a report by Washington Post, Katy Perry has yet to comment about the situation. Also, The Times sees a forthcoming court settlement.

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