Madonna's neighbours want her to pay their $140 000 (about R1.9 million) legal fees after they have spent so much time and money fighting her "endless litigation".
The 'Music' hitmaker previously sued the board of her Manhattan apartment building after they insisted her kids and staff couldn't live in her $7.3 million (about R100 million) abode unless she was also "in residence" but the case was dismissed in 2017, prompting her to launch an appeal.
And now fellow residents of Harperley Hall have taken action against her in a bid to claw back some of the money they've spent fighting her "endless litigation".
In a Manhattan Supreme Court filing obtained by the New York Post newspaper's Page Six column, they wrote: "Plaintiff is a revered performing artist, and her reputation and success are no secret.
"But her unique ability to fund endless litigation, however meritless, prejudices the building's innocent shareholders who are funding this litigation while also complying with the use provision that plaintiff seeks to invalidate for personal desires."