It’s time for Madonna’s lawsuit against a Central Park West co-op board to take a bow.
A judge ruled Thursday that Madge waited too long to sue the board of Harperley Hall for changing the building’s rules to bar her children from using the opulent $7.3 million pad when she is not home.
'Because (Madonna) commenced this action more than four months after she became aware of being aggrieved by it, her first and second causes of action are time-barred,' Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Gerald Lebovits wrote.
Madonna bought the home at 1 W. 64th St. in 2008. The co-op board changed the terms of the lease in April 2, 2014 - but Madonna didn’t sue until April 1, 2016, Lebovits noted.
The statute of limitations on Madonna’s claims against the board is four months.
Madonna had argued that her duties as the Queen of Pop made it impossible for her to comply with the board’s rules.
'Plaintiff is a world renowned recording artist, performer and singer who is constantly on world tours. As such, Plaintiff owns many residences around the world and travels extensively worldwide,' Madonna wrote in her lawsuit.
Madonna had asked the court to declare the new rules didn’t apply to her and that her four children, other family members or 'certain others' could use the unit when she was out of town.
Though the ruling guts Madonna’s legal effort, the judge did allow her to continue seeking documents on the board’s decision-making, as well as legal fees.
When in New York, the 'Express Yourself' singer’s primary residence is thought to be a townhouse on E. 81st St.
From NY Daily News
Madonna will be on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Monday 25 September to promote MDNASkin which is finally being released in the US.
Correspondent Tracy Smith traveled to Blantyre, Malawi, where megastar Madonna has opened a state-of-the-art pediatric care facility - the first-ever of its kind in the desperately poor country's history. In a wide-ranging interview, the singer talked about her charity, Raising Malawi; her life with her six children, including four adoptees from Malawi; and how motherhood has been a healing experience for her.
Fashion Week came to Lisbon,..,,.....:.♥️🇵🇹 pic.twitter.com/acbgAH5sh3— Madonna (@Madonna) 13 September 2017
Madonna will be featured on CBS Sunday Morning this weekend on Sunday 17 September. The film crew joined Madonna on her recent trip to Malawi.
Madonna has given an exclusive interview to People magazine and features on the cover in the September 18 issue which will hit US newsstands on Friday.
'Madonna may be the highest-selling female artist of all time, but at home she’s just Mom - or 'Mambo,' as the four youngest of her six kids call her.
For this week’s issue, the pop icon, 59, offered a rare glimpse inside her private world, inviting PEOPLE to join her in Malawi on July 11, when she opened the Mercy James Centre for Pediatric Surgery and Intensive Care, the nation’s first children’s hospital. A month later, at her home in London, she opened up about her emotional adoption journey, why she’s dedicated to helping the children of Malawi - and her busy, rewarding life as mom to Lourdes, 20, Rocco, 17, David, 11, Mercy, 11, and 5-year-old twins Estere and Stella.'
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madonnalicious got an early copy of the Rebel Heart Tour DVD/CD that is due for release on September 15 and shares these pictures of the booklet, discs and packaging.
Stars - they’re just like us! After FedEx refused to release a package to Madonna, the pop star took her frustration to Twitter.
'When you've been arguing with fed-ex all week that you really are Madonna and they still won't release your package. #bitchplease,' the singer posted on Tuesday, September 5, along with an eye-roll emoji and a selfie looking annoyed.
Less than 30 minutes later, a FedEx employee replied to Her Madgesty from the delivery service’s Twitter account. 'Hi, this is Julie. I would like to help. Please DM your delivery address, tracking & phone numbers,' the tweet read.
The Grammy-winning singer hasn’t shared if she got her package yet, but she did break some big news on her social media. Madonna revealed on Instagram that she recently moved to Lisbon, Portugal, and that she’s working on new music, as well as a film. 'The energy of Portugal is so inspiring,' she shared in a post on September 2. 'I feel very creative and alive here and I look forward to working on my film LOVED and making New Music!!! This will be the next Chapter in My Book! It's time to conquer the world from a different vantage point!!'
From Us Weekly
Madonna just posted this picture and message on her Instagram page confirming her time in Portugal....and new music!
'The energy of Portugal is so inspiring. I feel very creative and alive here and I look forward to working on my film LOVED and making New Music!!! ❤️🇵🇹. 🎼🎤🎬🎥. This will be the next Chapter in My Book! 📚📕📚📕📚♥️ It's time to conquer the world from a different vantage point!! 🌏🎉🌈'
Madonna has reportedly moved to Lisbon after her 11-year-old son David Banda joined the Benfica football team youth academy.
The Portuguese weekly magazine Visão reported: 'Madonna is no longer a tourist, she now lives in Lisbon.' It republished several pictures from Madonna’s Instagram account that show her visiting Portugal over the past couple of months.
The singer has been staying in a Lisbon hotel after buying a house in the resort of Sintra, 17 miles (27km) north-east of the Portuguese capital.
The 19th-century building was put up for sale for €7.5m (£7m) and could take about six months to renovate, according to Visão.
David Banda, who Madonna adopted from Malawi in 2006, has joined the Benfica training centre in Seixal, Correio da Manhã reported.
The club accepted David Banda after his first test in the spring. He will stay at the academy until starting at a French high school in Lisbon, the newspaper reported, quoting a source close to Benfica.
Rumours about a possible move began when Madonna was spotted at the school in May. She joins celebrities including John Malkovich, Monica Bellucci and Michael Fassbender in owning a home in Lisbon.
The city has enjoyed a cultural renaissance in recent years and is regarded by many as hip, cheap and innovative.
From The Guardian
Madonna posted several pictures from the MDNASkin photoshoot to advertise the line coming to the US.