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April 25, 2019

Madonna loses court battle with co-op board

November 28, 2018
Madonna seen on October 16, 2018 in New York City. (ECP / GC Images)

In the end, she couldn’t justify her lawsuit.

Madonna lost a protracted legal war with her Upper West Side co-op board when a Manhattan Supreme Court judge tossed her complaint against the co-op.

The “Justify My Love” songstress sued the Harperley Hall board in April 2016 over a rule barring her children and servants from being at the $7.3 million pad when she wasn’t there.

Madge filed the lawsuit two years after the rule change — too late, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Gerald Lebovits ruled last year.

in her lawsuit, she contended that she’s “constantly on world tours” and “desirous of having her daughters, sons, and/or maid, and/or governess, and/or caretaker” stay in apartment 7A, even in her absence.

To help make her case, Madonna demanded documents from the board, which resisted turning them over.

On that front too, Lebovits ruled in the board’s favor, dismissing the pop icon’s remaining demands for records last week, according to documents made public Tuesday.

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