"The father of five also filed separate court documents recently, asking the judge to temporarily halt the lawsuit with his neighbors pending the outcome of his bankruptcy filing, according to the New York Daily News, which also obtained an amended complaint from the neighbors stating: "[The neighbors] are in constant fear of the hillside collapsing. Hadid is the father of supermodels, Bella and Gigi.
Per court papers obtained by TMZ, Mohamed's company, 901 Strada LLC, filed paperwork in federal chapter court on Wednesday, declaring the corporate in debt of $10-50 million as a effect of the continuing construction of his Bel-Air mansion. Hadid's plea comes a week after he was ordered to demolish his under-construction mega mansion in Los Angeles. Hadid, 71, claims the company is now $10-50 million in debt due to the construction of his half-built, 30,000-square-foot mansion that has been dubbed the "Starship Enterprise", according to documents obtained by TMZ. The construction on the mansion, described as an eyesore, began in 2011.
'It's unsafe and it's risky. "If this house came down the hill it would take a portion of the neighborhood with it", the judge told the court in Santa Monica.
'This seems to me to be a clear cut case where the property must come down, ' he said.
He noted that 71-year-old Hadid's own structural engineer reported that piles supporting the giant home were driven only 20 feet into the bedrock, instead of the 30 feet required by building regulations.
'We're not talking about an extra wall or a different way into he kitchen.
Mohamed stated in his filing that he owes over $386,000 to a design and management company, over $200,000 to a building materials company, over $93,000 to a demolition company, and $35,000 to plumbers. "We're talking about the most significant aspect of the structure - the foundation", the judge continued.
Neighbors have been fighting for years for the demolition of the property because of all the alleged unapproved construction.
Mohamed refuted claims that his property is "unsafe", beforehand telling TMZ: 'The dwelling has no longer moved a millimetre.