According to E! News, the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary claim that they own the property and sold it to a restauranteur for $15.5 million. The L.A. Times reports that they quickly closed the deal and the new owner has already moved in. However, it is currently being disputed whether or not it was theirs to sell as the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Los Angeles, Jose Gomez, claims he has legal ownership over it and he wants to sell it to Katy for $14.5 million.
And while these nuns, who range in age from 77 to 88, heard that someone famous was trying to buy the property, they weren't starstruck in the least. "Well, I found Katy Perry and I found her videos and ... if it's all right to say, I wasn't happy with any of it," one of the nuns told the L.A. Times.
Katy reportedly visited the convent and tried to make a good impression. She apparently dressed conservatively, sang "Oh Happy Day" for them and showed them a "Jesus" tattoo that she has.
But is it too late? Who knows...it's all still tied up in a legal battle and we might not know for awhile.