Mohamed Hadid, whose Bel-Air mansion was just razed to the ground, is on the latest State of California Franchise Tax Board’s Top 500 delinquent taxpayers list.
Hadid is named on the biannual list for owing $243,143.66 to the government.
The real estate developer — also known as the dad of world-famous models Gigi Hadid and Bella Hadid — has recently raised eyebrows over his financial status.
Mohamed’s multimillion-dollar Bel-Air home was destroyed last week after years of legal trouble. The property, dubbed the “Starship Enterprise,” was precariously poised atop a hill and did not meet certain city approvals.
In 2019, a judge declared the house “a “clear and present danger” to neighbors” and ordered it to be torn down. However, Mohamed, 73, argued that he did not have the $5 million in funds to raze the property.
The home, which he had initially hoped to sell for $100 million, went for $5 million at auction earlier this year.
Page Six reported in April that Mohamed appears to have lost tens of millions of dollars in construction loans and owes millions more to a host of builders.
Also on this year’s delinquent taxpayers list is Terrence Howard, who has been a continued favorite of the IRS. The “Empire” actor, 53, owes $255,715.72.
And finally, new to this years list is Jim Buss, a partial owner of the Los Angeles Lakers, who owes $232,022.47.
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