Posted Thursday, November 2, 2017 – 6:45 PM
By Matt Lopez
While Los Angeles Department of Building & Safety (LADBS) employees were apparently busy preparing their Halloween costumes, developer Mohamed Hadid has allegedly been adding more unpermitted work to his 901 Strada Vecchia megamansion in Bel-Air.
Residents who live nearby the almost 30,000-square-foot estate received quite a scare this week when they noticed lighting had been installed inside the home, along with furniture and paintings hanging on the wall.
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