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House with emoji paint sparks controversy in California

According to neighbors, the emojis were retaliated after she was banned from renting property via the app.

A house with two emojis painted on its walls that sparked controversy in a coastal community on the southern coast of California was put up for sale by its owner.

Kathryn Kidd, the owner, asked for $ 1.749 million for the house.

Manhattan Beach residents complained about the painting during a city council meeting. Some said it was an “aggression” against neighbors.

The painting was done after neighbors reported that the owner was renting the house for short periods per application, which led to her being fined $ 4,000.

Kathryn said she did not know that short-term rentals were prohibited and denied that the painting was a retaliation. “Some people may like it, others may not,” he said.

She said she plans to paint another emoji in the house before the sale.

House with emoji paint causes controversy in California – Photo: AP Photo / Natalie Rice

 

 

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