After infuriating her Upper East Side neighbors and getting busted last week for putting up fake signs to reserve a parking spot outside her townhouse on 81st Street, Madonna is now turning her attention to her Upper West Side residence. Indeed, Madge wants the co-op board of her Central Park West apartment to reverse a somewhat baffling rule that prevents any of her children, houseguests, or staff from being in the apartment if she is not present.

As the Daily News reports, she's suing the board of Harperley Hall at 64th Street and Central Park West, claiming that she wasn't made aware of the 2014 vote to institute this rule, and asking that the rule not apply to her.

Apparently when she bought her $7.3 million seventh-floor apartment in 2008, there was no such rule in place. She used to own a duplex in the same building, but put it up for sale it in 2012 for $23 million.

"[Madonna] is a world-renowned recording artist, performer and singer who is constantly on world tours," the lawsuit says. "As such, [she] owns many residences around the world and travels extensively worldwide."

She wants the court to rule that her "daughters, sons and/or maid and/or governess and/or caretaker" can be in the apartment even if she is not. Seems like a reasonable request—more reasonable than, say, wanting to be exempt from the constant game of musical chairs that is parking in the city.

According to Page Six, Madonna's new lease also says that no one under the age of 16 can be in the apartment without an adult 21 years or older. She has three kids under 16: David, 10; Mercy, also 10, and Rocco, 15. Rocco is currently the subject of an ongoing custody battle between Madonna and Guy Ritchie, which could go to trial in June.