Mohamed Hadid May Be Forced To Demolish $50 Million Home, ‘I’ve Never Seen Such Prejudice Against My Kind’

Mohamed Hadid attends the MESSIKA Party, NYC Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019 Launch Of The Messika By Gigi Hadid New Collection at Milk Studios on September 12, 2018 in New York City
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Gigi and Bella Hadid’s dad is not happy. Mohamed Hadid has been ordered by California’s Supreme Court to demolish a home worth an estimated $50 million. In an interview with the Daily Mail on Wednesday, the famous developer blamed racism for the decision.

Hadid was upset over a recent court ruling requiring demolition. He called the decision a “political lynching.” In his long career in construction, Hadid said he has never dealt with a situation quite like this. Gigi and Bella’s dad blamed racism for the decision.

“I don’t just build here in LA, I’ve been all over the world and I’ve never seen such prejudice against my kind, my religion, it’s crazy, it’s a total abortion of justice.”

The Palestinian-American developer doubled down on the notion that the color of his skin played a part in the ruling as he continued his conversation with the outlet.

“In my opinion, and I hate to say it, this whole thing is prejudice against me, who I am and my religion. They’re racist. Absolute racist.”

Hadid maintained that of all of the parties involved with the construction of the mega-mansion, he was the only one targeted.

“They blame me. Do they blame the inspectors? No. Deputy inspectors? No. Engineers? No, they blame me,” Hadid told the Daily Mail.

It wasn’t just the costs that had affected the developer. Hadid believed that the decision had severely damaged his reputation and is eager to share his thoughts with the world. He’s developed plans to write a book about his experiences building the mansion. Hadid even had a title for the “saga” he planned to pen — “Travesty… Extortion and Injustice.”

Hadid had been at odds with his Bel-Air neighbors for some time. Area residents contend that the mega-mansion was a “clear and present danger” to their nearby homes. The parties have been going back and forth for some time, and earlier this month, the Supreme Court of California denied Hadid’s last-ditch attempt to have his case heard. Instead, the state’s highest court supported the earlier decisions that were made by the lower court and later upheld by the Court of Appeal.

Neighbors hope that the close of this month will see the end of the expansive home, although Hadid isn’t ready to part with the house just yet. The developer believes there is still a slim chance to save the mansion through the court system.

“It’s not over. No, not yet,” Hadid said.

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Watching the world in troubled times .. with colored lenses .. as I see so much darkness in Yamen being in total destruction …….Palestine ???????? is being Again and again Ripped apart and hundreds of thousands innocent people being displaced from their homes, and their land stolen …this is happening in our modern times that everyone is watching and a not a single country interfered .. just a sad sad time in history this will be remembered .. Yes one of the three worst crimes in modern times may God bless The Palestinian people and may God give them strength to ease their pain and anguish. Why are the Palestinians being blamed and punished for all the pain that the Jews suffered around the world ? From the British Empire and most of the European countries and the crime of the century with the hands of the Nazi Germany ? Is it fare. ? But in this troubled time. We need to find a way to coexist together and not hurt each other. .. or displace each other. .. live Love and respect.

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