LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Los Angeles judge says it may take months, if not years, to settle a dispute over who owns a hilltop convent that Katy Perry wants to buy. A group of nuns say it’s theirs and they have already sold it to Los Angeles restaurant owner Dana Hollister. The archbishop of Los Angeles says only the archdiocese has the authority to sell and he wants Perry to buy it. Yesterday a judge decided the sale to Hollister was invalid. However, he did not order her to vacate but he did order her to pay $25,000 a month to support the nuns. Perry is not allowed to visit the property during the dispute. Even if the archdiocese wins the right to sell to Perry, the Vatican must still approve the sale.
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