A judge from the city of Los Angeles determined a few days ago that the ex-guitarist of the Guns 'n' Roses and his wife had the green light to sue the real estate agent who sold them the property where they lived.
The reason? Home 'did not lend'to make parties.
Slash alleges that Gregory holcomb, the main agent of this story, misrepresented the habitable conditions of the house - located in the hills of Hollywood- arguing that it was a place ideal for holding big parties.
The couple, who bought the property in the 2006 and ended up selling it in the 2007, also maintains that it was smaller than what the advertising said and that it was located in an area with parking restrictions, preventing them from giving free rein to their 'partying' habit.
Currently, they are looking for a 'payment for damages'ascending to one million dollars.
Via | The Associated Press