Mohamed Hadid, the real estate developer father of models Gigi and Bella, has filed for bankruptcy on behalf of his company after being accused of illegally building a mansion that was larger than city rules permitted  According to court papers obtained by TMZ, Mohamed’s company, 901 Strada LLC, filed documents in federal bankruptcy court on Wednesday, declaring the company in debt of $10-50 million due to the ongoing construction of his Bel-Air mansion  In the bankruptcy filing, the father-of-five said the company is over $386,000 in debt to a design and management company In addition, Mohamed also claimed that his company is over $200,000 in debt to a building materials company, owes $93,000 to a demolition company, and $35,000 to plumbers  He added that his 30,000-square-foot mansion requires immediate attention as it needs to be physically secured and protected from the elements, but a judge has ordered the demolition of the building, telling a hearing last week: ‘If this house came down the hill, it would take a portion of the neighbourhood with it ’  Mohamed refuted claims that his property is ‘unsafe’, previously telling TMZ: ‘The house has not moved a millimetre It has never been an imminent danger to the neighbours.’  The bankruptcy filing follows a lawsuit filed by Mohamed’s neigbours, who branded the construction of his Bel-Air mansion as ‘the most illegal structure ever constructed’ and a ‘seven year saga’, according to the New York Daily News  Back in 2017, Mohamed – who has provided cameos in Bravo’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Vanderpump Rules  – was ordered to complete community service and pay fines after pleading no contest to 2015 misdemeanor charges filed by the city for his failure to obtain proper construction permits  The property developer divorced former model and RHOBH star Yolanda Hadid – mother to Gigi, Bella, and Anwar – in 2000 He had been engaged to 38-year-old model and entrepreneur Shiva Safai before their recent split