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The parents of Marissa Tomei are putting back the pieces of their broken home after winning their two-year court battle against the son of John Lennon.
Gary and Addie Tomei sued Sean Lennon back in 2015 claiming ever since he purchased the property next to them in 2009, both located on West 13th Street in New York City's Greenwich Village, he has refused to cut down a tree in his front yard whose roots were destroying the Tomei home.
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They also said that the lawsuit was a last resort after making numerous requests to removed the tree.
A judge ordered that Lennon must cut down the tree immediately, and it has now been done.
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Photos taken by DailyMail.com show that the Tomeis have also now begun rebuilding their stoop, which they claimed was damaged by Lennon.
In their February 2015 court filing, the couple stated that Lennon was 'arrogantly' demanding the Tomeis change the entrance to their house so that he did not have to cut down the Ailanthus tree.
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The couple's lawyer, Gerald Walters, said in court papers: 'To suggest that [the Tomeis] forever transform their 170-year-old property so that [Lennon] may temporarily enjoy viewing its tree is absurd.'
The couple demanded that the tree be removed - and that Lennon pay them $10million.
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The Tomeis stated in court papers that the tree had 'compromised the basement wall and interior... (causing) irreparable damage to the structural integrity of the building.'
They also included a photograph that appeared to show the root coming through the floor...
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