Mohamed Hadid Facing Criminal Charges Over Bel-Air Mansion Construction Project

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Don’t beam me up, Scotty! Developer Mohamed Hadid, ex-husband to Yolanda Foster and father of Gigi, is facing multiple criminal misdemeanor charges of a construction project referred to as the “Starship Enterprise” after “failing to halt construction and demolish unapproved features” of the Bel-Air mansion.

Hadid has appeared on several Bravo shows such as The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Shahs of Sunset often displaying his extravagant lifestyle and featuring the “mega-mansions” he builds for his Real Wealthy Clients of Beverly Hills.

The misdemeanor charges include illegal use of land, building without a permit, and failure to obey orders from the LA Dept of Building and Safety. The complaint was first filed on the 30,000 sf dwelling back in September by a neighbor who lives below the hilltop mansion, saying the “construction had destabilized the slope.”

The permit was revoked but construction continued despite orders to stop. The Los Angeles Times is reporting that “building inspectors found rampant code violations at the site, including an unapproved 70-seat, underground Imax theater and guest suites built below a swimming pool, among other features.”

The main concern for neighbors who live below the mansion is torrential rain, which is predicted for the area due to El Nino, can bring mud slides. Although Hadid has been ordered to demolish certain portions of the “Starship Enterprise” he has yet to do so.

Each charge can carry a maximum sentence of up to six months in jail and a fine of $1,000 per charge. File this under #richpeopleproblems


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