Sister Catherine Rose Holzman reportedly "suddenly collapsed and died" during a court appearance related to a case against Katy Perry. [...]
The court case began in 2015 when Katy Perry sought to buy a massive convent from the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. A group of nuns fiercely opposed the deal, deeming Katy Perry an unsuitable owner of these "sacred grounds".
Throughout the case, the nuns stated that they "did not like Katy Perry's lifestyle'. They've also branded her as 'disgusting' and hinted that she would desecrate the convent's sacred grounds. [...]
The nun also quizzed Perry on remarks she had made about 'selling her soul to the devil' when she moved from Christian music into mainstream pop. [...]
The eight-acre estate in Loz Feliz, Los Angeles was bought in 1961 by Catholic philanthropist Sir Daniel Donohue. Soon after, his son committed suicide on the property.
In 1969, the house adjoining the property was the theater of a horrific murder at the hands of Charles Manson and his followers.
That's some eviction notice.