The family patriarch Mohamed Hadid is facing jail time for organising the construction of their Los Angeles home, which violated building regulations in the city.
Court documents obtained by Radar Online reveal that the Hadid's mansion is now set to be knocked down.
“We find ourselves continuing to deal with this matter because of countless misrepresentations and misconduct by the developer who currently faces criminal charges for his actions at the property,” City Councilmember Paul Koretz wrote.
Koretz argued that the property should be demolished immediately:
“Allowing the developer to continue playing games by pretending to the judge in his criminal proceeding that he is close to getting permits for his home does a disservice to the community and it should cease. There is no way that this project could ever move forward through the mere issuance mayor of ministerial permits and LADBS should stop indulging that fantasy.”
In a recent interview over the ordeal with Town & Country magazine, Mr Hadid commented on the suggested demolition.
“Demolish this house? Never! This house will last forever. Bel-Air will fall before this will.”
Koretz added: “There is one path forward here and that is to designate 901 Strada Vecchia a nuisance and compel the owner to abate the hazardous condition currently existing at the site through demolition of the project.”
The Hadids' neighbour, attorney Joe Horacek agreed with Koretz's stance.
“In my view, it is also right on point, with demolition being the only realistic and safe path forward; and now is the perfect time since we are past the rainy season,” Horacek said.
Meanwhile, Mr Hadid's sentencing was originally scheduled for June 27, 2017 but has been postponed.