PHOTO: Kim Kardashian
- The 40-year-old billionaire is in a legal war with neighbors regarding the construction of an underground bunker, subterranean wellness center and underground parking structure
- Neighbors have fired off legal letters asking a judge to halt construction, citing clauses from the 33-page Hidden Hills Community Association’s Architectural Standards
- Kim’s expansion plans have been cited by some as ‘extremely dangerous’ based on the fact that she would would be unearthing and compacting dirt built on ‘top of two high-pressure gas transmission lines’
- One resident likened the risk to that catastrophic San Bruno gas pipeline explosion in San Bernardino, California in 2010 which killed eight people, injured 58 and destroyed 38 homes
- Opponents are also saying that at a minimum the plans go against the community’s grading code to maintain its ‘natural and rustic country setting’
Property wars: The billionaire has drafted construction plans to build an underground bunker and subterranean ‘wellness center’ which has caused neighbors to take legal action over ‘dangerous’ construction; pictured January 2020
Kim Kardashian‘s latest plans for expansion at her $60M Hidden Hills home have sparked a legal war.
The 40-year-old billionaire is locked in a battle with her neighbors over ‘dangerous’ plans to construct an underground bunker and a subterranean ‘wellness center’ on her property.
In legal documents obtained by The Blast, neighbors in her exclusive community have asked a judge to halt the construction based on the grounds that it ‘may cause loss of a life,’ due to proximity to gas lines.
reached out to her representative for comment but did not receive an immediate reply.
Kim’s massive plans for expansion on the property reportedly include: an underground vault, a subterranean spa and an underground parking structure, in addition to an above ground detached guardhouse.
Neighbors were said to have fired off several legal letters asking a judge to halt construction stating that the project poses both a topographical and ‘catastrophic bodily’ risk.
Kim’s venture would require the flattening of two hills and compacting dirt (around 5,000 cubic yards) which is built on ‘top of two high-pressure gas transmission lines.’
Risky: At minimum it was said that Kim’s plans would ’cause irreparable harm to the destruction of two hills of Hidden Hills,’ before the issue of resident harm was brought up on account of the high-pressure gas lines running near the property
The property: Neighbors have fired off legal letters demanding the stop of construction on Kim’s $60M property citing clauses from the 33-page Hidden Hills Community Association’s Architectural Standards
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