Mohamed Hadid Mansion Plans Going to Court

Mohamed Hadid hasn’t been to court lately but that hasn’t stopped him from pleading “no contest” to a few charges that have to do with his 30,000 square foot mansion in Los Angeles. His attorney Robert Shapiro entered the plea for Mr. Hadid, according to E! News.

There are three charges that have to do with erecting a structure other than what is permitted; failing to make the building conform to code, and failing to comply with an order issued by the Department of Building and Safety.

Mohamed’s attorney Mr. Shapiro didn’t have any other comments.

Sentencing is reportedly set for June 27th.

“These were serious violations,” L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer said in a statement to LAist this week. “It was essential to hold the defendant accountable for committing them. We have building and safety rules for a reason, and no one is above the law. At the sentencing hearing we’ll make our case for strong and appropriate sanctions.”

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