The property developer pleaded "no contest" on Tuesday to criminal charges involving a real estate development.
According to The Los Angeles Times, the battle began over three years ago when he organised a construction of a nearly Bel-Air home, which violated building regulations in the city.
Community members in the surrounding area were fearful for their safety.
Now, it's being reported that Mohamed didn't turn up to court yesterday, and is now scheduled to have a sentencing hearing later in the year. His "no contest" admission means that he does not wish to challege the charges against him.
He could face a maximum of six months in jail and a $1,000 fine, but prosecutors are looking to assign further penalties such as a $250,000 contribution for the community.
Well... we can't imagine this has been easy for the family.