Kim Kardashian's Neighbors Want to Block Her Construction Plans, Which Include Flattening Two Hills

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Kim Kardashian has big plans for her Los Angeles, California home. Unfortunately for the socialite-turned-business mogul, her neighbors aren't quite on board with her plans to build an underground vault, subterranean parking, a subterranean wellness center and a detached guardhouse. According to People magazine, Kardashian's Hidden Hills neighbors have filed a lawsuit that seeks to stop the construction of those new additions.

People reports that the filing was made by resident Sarah Key, and named the Hidden Hills Community Association as the respondent — with the hopes that the association will stop Kardashian from flattening two hills and building upon two high-pressure gas transmission lines to construct the additions to her home. The lawsuit also states that the community seeks to preserve its "natural and rustic county setting."

Kardashian and her husband, rapper Kanye West first purchased the home in 2014 for $20 million.

Although Kardashian now faces this home construction setback — over on the home decor end it was reported a few months ago that the former Keeping up With the Kardashians star would soon be releasing a home decor line. There's no word yet on what the home decor line will feature or when it will be released, but with the holiday shopping season fast approaching, additional details could soon be released.

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