Neighbors in Manhattan Beach, California, won't have Kathryn Kidd to kick around anymore. The owner of the town's infamous "emoji house" is now putting the property on the market. Earlier this year,The Los Angeles Times reported that someone ratted Kidd out to to the city for using the house for short-term rentals--which is not permitted in the neighborhood. Kidd's detractors say she put two huge emojis on the house in protest. The house is now listed at an asking price of $1.7 million. UPI reports that Kidd has said she'll have another emoji painted on the house before selling it.
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