Angelyne sues city over missed fan mail

angelyneboardcrop.jpgThe billboard one (and ex-candidate for governor) has filed what Matthew Belloni of The Hollywood Reporter calls "a hilarious, $500,000 breach of contract lawsuit against the Community Redevelopment Agency." Angelyne, it seems, was forced out of her Selma Avenue apartment to make way for the big development at Hollywood & Vine.

In addition to paying her $89,000 in relocation fees, the CRA agreed to "use commercially reasonable efforts to receive and forward" Angelyne's mail to her new address.

The city [of Los Angeles] and its development partners apparently haven't been forwarding all of Angelyne's mail to her PO Box in Beverly Hills, which she claims is a breach of the 2008 agreement. Yes, she's suing because she hasn't received all her fan mail.

OK, maybe it's slightly more serious than that. But not much.

Photo cropped from The Hollywood Reporter

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