A jury that ordered a Silver Lake businesswoman to collectively pay more than $5 million in compensatory damages to the Archdiocese of Los Angeles and Katy Perry for interfering in the sale of a former Los Feliz convent to the singer assessed nearly $10 million in punitive damages against the restaurant owner Monday. The Los Angeles Superior Court jury awarded $6.6 million to the archdiocese and $3.3 million to Perry through her company, the Bird Nest LLC, in the lawsuit against Dana Hollister. “We're obviously very pleased,” said a smiling attorney Eric Rowen said on behalf of Perry. Hollister showed little emotion as the verdict was read. The restaurant owner's attorney, Michael Geibelson, maintained in his final argument Friday in the punitive damages phase that his client's assets are just over $4 million, leaving her short of any ability to pay the compensatory damages or punitive damages. The jury deliberated for an entire day on Nov. 17 before reaching its verdict against Hollister for slander of title, interference with contractual relations and interference with prospective economic advantage. The panel awarded the archdiocese $3.47 million in compensatory damages and $1.57 million to Perry. The jury also found that Hollister acted with malice, oppression or fraud, triggering the second phase of the trial to determine if the archdiocese, the California Institute of the Sisters of the Most Holy and Immaculate Heart of the Virgin Mary and Perry should be awarded punitive damages. Hollister made her purchase of the onetime convent with the cooperation of Sisters Rita Callanan and Catherine Rose Holzman, who maintained they had the authority to sell the Waverly Drive property to the businesswoman. Judge Stephanie Bowick later canceled the deal. Holzman and Callanan are among five members of the institute and are the only members who oppose the sale of their former home to the 33-year-old “Roar” singer. Callanan was in court today and she testified during trial on behalf of Hollister, saying she and Holzman “got her in this mess [and] we need to get her out of this mess.” Hollister testified she believed the Los Angeles archbishop was not opposed to her