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Bel-Air neighbors sue celebrity developer Mohamed Hadid over mega-mansion

LOS ANGELES - Celebrity real estate developer Mohamed Hadid is being sued by Bel-Air residents living downhill from the unfinished mansion that led him to be slapped with criminal charges.

Their goal: to force Hadid to tear down the building.

Hadid, known for his opulent homes and his stints on reality television, was accused by city prosecutors of illegally building a home bigger and taller than city rules allowed - estimated at roughly 30,000 square feet - and flouting repeated orders

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