Kim Kardashian has won the battle against her furious neighbors — for now. The judge denied the emergency request ordering the star to stop construction on her "underground vault."
The 41-year-old former Keeping Up With The Kardashians personality will not have to halt construction plans on her $60 million Hidden Hills property, which reportedly includes adding features like subterranean parking, an "underground vault," an attached wellness center, and a detached guardhouse.
According to court filings obtained by PEOPLE, Kim's neighbor Sarah Key begged the judge to temporarily order the SKIMS founder to stop the work on her estate.
As Radar reported, Key filed a lawsuit against Hidden Hills Community Association, not the Kardashian, ordering them to prevent Kim from continuing with her building plans. The neighbor argued the KUWTK star shouldn't be allowed to go forth with plans while the lawsuit is ongoing.
The judge disagreed.
Key's emergency request was denied on November 2, citing the "court finds no evidence of urgency or emergency," reports PEOPLE. Kim is good to go on construction — at least until 2022, when the battle heads to court.
In January, the evidentiary hearing will take place.
Kim's neighbor accused the mom of four of causing "bodily injury" to the residents with her alleged plans to "flatten two hills" and build on top of "two high-pressure gas transmission lines."
According to the lawsuit obtained by Radar, Key says Kim is putting "community members at risk of catastrophic bodily injury and irreparable real personal property damage."
She even went as far as claiming the construction "may cause loss of a life." Kim's multimillion property is the home she once shared with her now-estranged husband, Kanye West.
Kim and the former couple's four children — North, 8, Saint, 5, Chicago, 3, and Psalm, 2 — live on the property without him amid their $2.1 billion divorce.