Fans are Perry mad at Katy.
Pop singer Katy Perry is no stranger to controversy especially after the “I Kissed a Girl” singer’s year fighting off haters while judging “American Idol.”
However, several fans of the pop diva are now attacking her on X (the social media platform formerly known as Twitter) after it was revealed that Perry, 38, and her long-time fiance Orlando Bloom, 46, could be allegedly evicting a dying veteran out of his home.
The Hollywood couple have been involved in a three-year legal suit over a Montecito, California mansion they purchased back in 2021 for $14.2 million.
The Post reached out to the singer for comment.
“Why are you trying to kick a dying vet out of his house,” slammed one angry fan. “What is wrong with you? Your real estate agent is so shady, getting him to sign something while he’s on drugs from surgery in the hospital.”
“What’s up with Katy Perry & her disturbing real estate deals/scams in CA,” asked a second fan.
“WOW who knew @katyperry & Orlando Bloom were such scumbags and terrible people,” sneered a third person. “To think she comes from a very religious family. To do this to a vet and someone who is in the last years of their life.”
“To think I looked up to this heartless Witch! Talk about a LOWLIFE,” roared the fan.
The “Hot n Cold” attitude of fans comes after an 83-year-old military vet Carl Westcott claimed that Perry and Bloom made him sell the house when he “lacked the mental capacity to understand the nature and probable consequences of the contract” due to a medical procedure.
According to court documents obtained by The Post, Westcott, who served in the US Army as a 101st Airborne service member, had purchased the home that May 29 with the intent to live in there “for the rest of his life.”
Westcott claimed that due to his age, poor health from Huntington’s disease (a deadly brain disorder), and “a major six-hour surgery less than a week before the proposed contract,” it had “seriously impaired [his] mental faculties to the point he was of unsound mind and not competent to give his free, voluntary, or intelligent consent to the contract.”
In a last-ditch effort, the duo sent Westcott a letter in 2020 detailing how much they loved the home and explaining that they wanted to purchase the estate for more money than what he paid for it.
Despite claiming to want to move in, the obtained documents reveal that the duo were actually looking to make the home a rental property.
Perry is set to appear in court on Sept. 29.
This is not the first Perry has entered a long-lasting legal battle.
It was revealed last month that Perry has been secretly fighting Australian designer Katie Perry over the use of her name.
“They stated that I should immediately stop trading under this name,” Perry, who now goes by Taylor wrote in a blog.”Withdraw all my clothes and sign a document drafted by them to say from now on I will never trade under this name ever again.”
Taylor said that when she refused to comply, Perry’s camp “chose to simply disregard” her existence and her Australian trademark rights, filling chain stores across the country with Perry merch and other “infringing articles.”
Both cases are reminiscent of when Perry caused some “Fireworks” after she tried to evict several aging nuns.
In 2015, the not-so “Teenage Dream” vocalist sued the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Los Feliz after they failed to move out of the medieval Spanish-Gothic-Tudor estate that was given to Perry, who ultimately won the case in 2016.
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