Owners of house MJ died in suing woman for selling maps outside property

Washington: The owners of the home in which late King of Pop Michael Jackson died in are suing a woman, who is selling maps of Beverly Hills’ celebrity estates, outside their property.

According to TMZ.com, Hubert and Roxanne Guez claim in court documents that Linda Welton’s booming street side map business is stopping them from selling the North Carolwood Drive home.

“Potential buyers are bothered upon approach by the quite visible and annoying constant illegal stopping and/or parking of cars in front of the home on what otherwise would be a quiet residential street,” Contactmusic quoted them as stating in the documents.

The Guezes claim the property value has plummeted because of the stream of traffic, Welton’s lawn chair, coolers and large patio umbrella, and the illegally parked cars.

They also allege Welton is violating the law by essentially having a newsstand on a street corner.

But the map seller insists her mother has already won a lawsuit giving her the right to sell the maps.


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