Renowned tattoo artist Kat Von D announced that she is officially leaving Los Angeles for rural Indiana, and will close her famous tattoo shop in LA in that regard.
“As some of you know, we recently purchased a beautiful home on a piece of land in rural Indiana, and the more time we spend out there, we realize that we feel more at home there than we do here in LA, “Von D, whose real name is Katherine Von Drachenberg, wrote on Instagram on Monday. The post was accompanied by a picture of her with the words “Goodbye California.”
Von D ran High Voltage, her smart tattoo parlor in West Hollywood, for the past 14 years, which was also the setting for the TLC reality show “LA Ink”.
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Now she plans to open a new store in Indiana and close High Voltage.
“After much deliberation, we have decided that we will be moving to Indiana permanently by the end of this year. We plan to sell our beautiful home here, and I will most likely open a private studio in Indiana when we finish the remodel. of the house. there, “she continued on Instagram.
“I did not think it would make sense to keep it open if I was not present, and apart from returning to work on music with my band, we do not plan to return to LA quite often.”
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Von D bought the historic Benjamin Schenk Mansion in Vevay, Indiana, last year, citing California’s “horrific policies, tyrannical transgression, ridiculous taxation, among so many more corruption” in an Instagram post about the purchase.
Vevay is located just over 100 miles southeast of Indianapolis, and sits along the Ohio River.
Von D is far from alone in making such a move. Tesla’s Elon Musk resigned in California last year, while popular podcast host Joe Rogan did the same for Texas.
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This year, California reported its first annual population decline for the first time in the state’s history. All in all, California’s population fell by more than 182,000 by 2020. Many have mentioned the state’s high taxes and how it is not affordable for families.
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“The numbers do not lie. People are leaving our state because it is not affordable to live here. A party government has made it almost impossible to start a family.” tweeted Kevin Faulconer, the former mayor of San Diego, in May.
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