The Upper West Side rumble between Madonna and her co-op board roils on, and this time, the singer says the co-op board is going after her daughter.
In the latest court documents obtained by the Post, the singer’s lawyers claim that the board’s actions violate a state roommate law about a tenant’s immediate family using an apartment. The board asked that the lawsuit be thrown out.
Will Madonna’s real-estate woes never end? It seems unlikely: The iconic singer is embroiled in another fight, this time over an apartment she owns in the co-op building at 41 Central Park West, known as Harperley Hall.
It looks like Madonna is taking the concept of dibs to a whole new level: The legendary artist installed "Tenant Parking Only" signs outside of the home, and even having the words "No Parking" embedded into a curb cut.