Skip to comments.NYC neighbor sues Madonna over loud music, hours of dancing in posh Manhattan apartment
Posted on 10/17/2009 4:06:42 PM PDT by ButThreeLeftsDo
One of Madonna's New York neighbors says the superstar's loud music and frequent dance sessions are causing a commotion.
Karen George, of Manhattan, lives above Madonna in a building on Central Park.
She said in a lawsuit filed Friday against the building's co-op board that the Material Girl is using her apartment as a rehearsal studio, forcing neighbors to endure "blaring music, stomping and shaking walls," for up to three hours each day.
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Central Park West is good enough for Yoko and Stern,so it’s gotta be good enough for “Madonna” so I’m assuming that’s what they mean by “on Central Park”.On a per square foot basis that’s just about the most expensive residential real estate on earth so it’s easy to see why “Madonna” might be a serious annoyance to her neighbors.
From Central Park West to a trailer park, Madonna would be an annoyance.
Ummm...that wasn’t dancing....
Haha! I love how in keywords you’ve got “tramp.”
Anyway, you’d think that hag at her age wouldn’t be doing this kind of thing anymore.
Not so interested in Madonna. But Google Maps is cool.
Very true.But at five million (or more) for a place smaller than your typical trailer my guess is that the annoyance factor is amplified.It certainly would be for me.
Madonna’s work ethic can’t be challenged. She is probably the only person in the building actually putting in effort on something. No wonder they don’t like her.
1 64th Street, Unit: 7A
$7,000,000 on April 7, 2008
(A 1 bedrm, 1 bath unit in the building sold for almost $1 million recently.)
Very true.And the results of all that hard work is of such classic quality.
(end disgusted sarcasm)
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