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Mold: Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra 'forced to move'

Mold: Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra 'forced to move'

Even $20 million dream homes can suffer water damage that causes mold to spread. Talk to Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra, who had to vacate their California mansion after mold was discovered in their pool and spa.

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The couple, whose life became a real nightmare due to this unfortunate incident, “had to move” and filed a lawsuit in May 2023. He did it for his health, of course, but above all for the health of her daughter Malti, who is 2 years old.

This entire matter is the subject of a trial in California. The two stars, who married in December 2018, bought the house in 2019 for $20 million. They claim, through their conservator, that their property has become “virtually unlivable” due to water damage, Page Six reported.

Pictures of the house and its damage can be seen From this page, the sixth article.

The house has seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a chef's kitchen, a temperature-controlled wine cellar, an indoor basketball court, bowling alleys, a screening room, and a spa that includes a steam shower, billiards, etc. In short, it was a dream home for the two stars and their daughter.

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas at the 2023 Met Gala in New York on May 1.

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Both Jonas-Chopra's pool and spa had “porous waterproofing that promoted 'mold contamination' and other related problems, according to court documentaries, Page Six reported. We add that mold is dangerous from Health aspect: These problems were noticed by the newlyweds in April 2020.

“At approximately the same time, a water leak developed in the patio barbecue area,” the complaint states.

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The family has since moved to another house and is demanding significant compensation. Exact costs have not yet been determined, but according to the lawsuit, the waterproofing issues will “exceed” $1.5 million and “general damages” are estimated at approximately $2.5 million.