After declaring their opulent LA property “virtually unlivable,” Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas vacate it and demand “consequential damages” from the sellers.
When their Los Angeles home became “virtually unlivable,” Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas decided to move out. Some reports state that the property is now “dangerous from a health perspective to occupy” due to a mold infestation that resulted from water damage. Repairing the property will likely cost more than $1.5 million, if not up to $2.5 million, according to the article. Currently, the pair is suing the house’s sellers for “consequential damages.” With seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and other five-star features, Priyanka and Nick paid $20 million for the opulent estate in 2019.
A legal document claims that mold developed in the home due to waterproofing difficulties around the pool and spa. A water leak at the grill location made things worse. It could cost more than $1.5 million (₹12.4 crore) to fix the waterproofing. They may require roughly $2.5 million (₹20.7 crore) in total to cover all losses. Several parties, including the builders and subcontractors, are involved in the court battle. The trustee’s attorney, Fred Fenster, provided an explanation of this.
When Priyanka last appeared on TV, she was starring alongside Stanley Tucci and Richard Madden in the Prime Video series Citadel and the movie Love Again. Additionally, she was supposed to feature in “Jee Le Zaraa” directed by Farhan Akhtar; however, the producers have not yet provided any solid confirmation. Meanwhile, Nick and his siblings just gave a performance at Lollapalooza India.