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.