Prince has been sued by Carlos Boozer, the owner of the mansion Prince lives in, by purple changing it
Purple speaks trouble for Prince. The Grammy winning singer has been sued by his landlord, none other than Utah Jazz forward Carlos Boozer, for purple changing Boozer's West Hollywood home, which he is renting for $70,000 a month.
Boozer originally filed a complaint against the singer in January, claiming he did an unauthorized extreme makeover to the 10-bedroom, 11-bath property, including "painting the exterior of the [house] with purple striping, 'Prince symbol,' and numbers 3121."
Such action is considered as violation to the terms of his eight-month lease via a series of self-promotional home improvements. On the other hand, lawyers for Prince claim that the lawsuit was dismissed in February. His lease of the property reportedly ends on May 31.