Nun Battling Katy Perry Over Convent Sale Dies In Court

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Sister Catherine Rose Holzman

Screengrab ABC Sister Catherine Rose Holzman

The two sisters, who are of the original five, have always claimed to be the rightful owners of the convent having lived their since 1973 until their leave in 2011. "We extend our prayers today to the Immaculate Heart of Mary community and to all her friends and loved ones", a statement from the archdiocese read.

Pulling no punches, Sisters Rita Callanan and Holzman of the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart spoke out for the first time since an LA County judge ruled against them clearing the way for the LA Archdiocese to sell their Los Feliz convent to singer Katy Perry. Past year "a jury found Hollister guilty of malice and fraud for allegedly interfering with the sale of the property", according to Fox 11.

The sisters did not have the right to sell the property, as they did not obtain the legal blessings of Archbishop Jose Gomez and the Vatican.

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A nun suing singer Katy Perry over a real estate dispute collapsed and died suddenly in court Friday afternoon. The former, who suddenly died in court hours later, appealed directly to Perry herself.

In December of 2017 another judge sided with Perry, and ordered Hollister to pay Perry and the Archdiocese of Los Angeles almost $10 million in damages.

In an interview with ET in 2015, Sister Catherine told ET that she didn't think Perry was the right person to maintain the legacy of the convent.

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Shortly before the 89-year-old nun collapsed in the courtroom, she stated, "We asked (Hollister) to save us, to buy the property".

Katy Perry's court battle to buy an LA convent took a tragic turn on Friday. It's not doing anyone any good except hurting a lot of people, ' the late nun warned.

Katy Perry, meanwhile, is busily promoting ABC's reboot of the singing competition American Idol, on which she is a judge.

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It is unclear if the case will continue now that the Sister has passed away.

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