Talk about the wrong place for a California King Bed.
After her house took on serious water, Rihanna is suing a real estate company, property inspector and the former owner of the property she bought in Beverly Hills.
She claims that those involved with the sale failed to inform her that the residence was "laden with construction defects" that ultimately resulted in water damage.
And that's no place for a California king bed.
Before she closed on it in 2009, LaRocca Inspection Associates found a number of issues, including cracks in exterior walls and drainage problems on the roof that could make the house susceptible to water damage, according to the lawsuit.
Rihanna still wanted the house, so she drew up a request for repairs for the owner, the suit states. Upon inspection, LaRocca declared the house "serviceable."
Well, according to the singer's attorneys ... it was not.The house sustained flood damage from a "moderate" January 2010 rainstorm after water pooled on the second-floor balcony and seeped into multiple rooms.
A subsequent inspection by an insurance company found similar defects as before and Rihanna is seeking to recover a portion of the $6.9 million she paid.
She is suing previous owner Heather Rudamin, Prudential California Realty, LaRocca, Landmark Design Group and a couple of agents thereof for professional negligence, fraud, breach of contract and other offenses.