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Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus Files Lawsuit Against Neighbor for Overgrown Pine Tree

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In a move that makes us wonder, I think this is getting biggerBlink-182 bassist Mark Hoppus has taken legal action against a neighbor for trespassing a pine tree, according to legal documents obtained by TMZ.

Hoppus became the unsuspecting victim of the darkness in the valley, or in his backyard, after his neighbor allegedly broke an old rule by the Planning Commission to remove nearby trees and limit tree growth to a maximum height of 15 feet. An injunction filed by the singer and his wife now claims that the evergreens in question rose above their predetermined height and that new trees began growing in the meantime, further impeding the couple’s views.

Aside from demanding that their consent be honored and the trees trimmed, the suit asserts that the neighbor ignored repeated requests to solve the problem, while the artist who once appeared to be a hero alive He also demanded compensation in some form.


In the meantime, Blink-182 will be able to enjoy plenty of attractions during their ongoing 2023 reunion tour. Which has been ranked as one of the best-selling live tours this year. Get tickets here.

So far, the pop-punk trio’s comeback tour has included Tom DeLonge with songs by former guitarist Matt Skiba as well as a surprise cover of Taylor Swift’s “Never Get Back Together”. The classic lineup significantly reformed in late 2022 after Hoppus was deemed cancer-free, an experience he will detail in his forthcoming memoir.

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