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Kim Kardashian's neighbor 'tries to stop her from constructing a new driveway' outside $60M mansion in nasty legal war

KIM Kardashian's neighbor "tries to stop her from constructing a new driveway" outside of her $60M mansion in a nasty legal war.

The neighbor, Sarah Key, filed for an injunction to stop Kim from putting a driveway on a strip of land she claims to own.

Kim, 41, has plans to continue to expand her Hidden Hills California mansion, but her neighbor has had enough.

According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, Sarah said a trust who she believes Kim is a part of wanted a special driveway that gives Kim easy access to and from her house in the gated community.

Kim has not yet begun construction, but Sarah wants Kim's project to stop entirely.

Sarah claims part of Kim's new project would lay over her property.

The lawsuit is not filed against Kim directly, as Sarah took a different approach to stop the construction.

She filed a lawsuit against the Hidden Hills Community Association to prevent the committee from permitting any driveway construction in the community at all.

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Meanwhile, Kim struggled with the aftermath of her divorce from Kanye West.

As the Kardashian claims she can "barely stand to be in the same room as him," the rapper has plans to move in next door.


Kanye, 44, bought a $4.5M mansion across the street from Kim in Hidden Hills.

A source confirmed to PEOPLE that Kanye bought the house in the hopes of staying close to his children amid his split from Kim.

According to the insider, Kanye won't be moving right into the mansion, however, as he plans to build his own from on the property land.

The source called the home, which was originally built in 1955, a "teardown," saying: "Kanye's new house is a teardown. He only bought it for the location. It's near Kim and the kids. He has a vision for the house and plans on starting construction ASAP.

"It will be family-friends. He wants to be able to have the kids over as much as possible. Living only in Malibu was making visits more tricky for Kanye."

Another insider close to the Chicago native said: "When he realize he could buy the house and be near his family he jumped at the idea. He wants to be close by for the kids."

Kim and Kanye have four children together: North, eight, Saint, six, Chicago, three, and Psalm, two.

Kim hasn't commented publicly on her new neighbor, but did share a cryptic quote amid his many public pleas for them to get back together.


Kim has plans of her own however, and potentially with distancing herself from Kanye.

She filed a permit to build a mansion shaped like a giant spaceship on a $6.3 million land plot in Palm Springs after winning her $60 million estate in Hidden Hills amid her divorce from Kanye.

Kim and her ex bought the land before their divorce was filed, and now Kim is continuing the process with the intention of building a multi-million dollar bachelorette pad including a pool and spa.

The Sun can reveal through documents exclusively obtained by The Sun that Kim has proceeded with her building permit application for construction to go underway.

Kim applied for the permit for her new single-family residence including a pool and spa on November 18 of this year, only weeks before she filed to officially drop West from her last name.

The new officially single mom's mansion stands out from others on the street.

Kim's bachelorette pad is designed in a shape comparable to a giant spaceship with architectural drawings prepared by the Bo.Shi Architects and Tadao Ando Architects and Associates.

The design sketch shows her home shaped like a rounded-edged triangle with a hole in the center of it.

It appears there will be two floors in the home.

The Kardashians are taking over this exclusive area in La Quinta, The Madison Club as Kim will be down the street from Kris and Kylie Jenner.

Kim's plot of land lies along a golf course, and Kim and her four children will be surrounded by views of mountains and trees.

The $6.3 million California spot is just a little over five miles from Empire Polo Club, Indio, which is where Coachella takes place each year.

Before their divorce, Kim and Kanye also purchased vacation homes together in Wyoming for $28.5 million.

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