[artist id="1940303"]Rihanna[/artist]'s legal drama continued this week, when one of her Los Angeles neighbors filed a lawsuit alleging that cars used by the pop singer are regularly parked or standing on the plaintiff's lawn.
According to the suit filed on Tuesday in California Superior Court, Christian Moeller is seeking unspecified damages — for trespassing, invasion of privacy and other claims — from Rihanna and the owner of the Hollywood Hills home she rents. The 21-year-old singer is already expected to testify on Monday in [article id="1614112"]Chris Brown's preliminary hearing[/article] for allegedly assaulting her in February.
Moeller's complaint (which is currently available on E! Online) makes allegations about "chauffeured vehicles that park or idle on Plaintiff's property for hours at a time" and utilize his driveway to turn around or drive through his yard to Rihanna's parking lot. The suit also contends that security cameras installed at Rihanna's home, which is owned by Stephen Yacobian, actually point onto his property, and that a newly built privacy wall and tall bamboo plants obstruct his view.
Yacobian told The Associated Press that the lawsuit is "without merit" but declined to comment further until he consulted with his attorney.
Moeller is also seeking to revoke an earlier agreement he made with Yacobian to allow cars to pass through his yard.