Huge crack appears in hillside next to Travis Scott's $24million L.A. mansion trends now

Huge crack appears in hillside next to Travis Scott's $24million L.A. mansion trends now
Huge crack appears in hillside next to Travis Scott's $24million L.A. mansion trends now

Huge crack appears in hillside next to Travis Scott's $24million L.A. mansion trends now

Travis Scott 's $23.5 million Los Angeles mansion seems to be in danger as a huge crack has appeared in the hill on which the property sits The crack reportedly formed after record-breaking storms wrecked havoc in LA this month and caused soil damage  Officials have not issued an evacuation order despite saying the crack 'looks bad' 

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Travis Scott's $23.5 million Los Angeles mansion seems to be in danger as a huge crack has appeared in the hill on which the property sits. 

In photographs obtained by DailyMail.com, an enormous crack can be seen perforating through the hillside. 

Bird's eye shot images show a clear gap in the hill due to the split. 

The fissure has reportedly formed after record-breaking storms wrecked havoc in LA this month and caused soil damage.

In photographs obtained by DailyMail.com, Travis Scott 's $23.5 million Los Angeles mansion seems to be in danger as a huge crack has appeared in the hill on which the property sits

In photographs obtained by DailyMail.com, Travis Scott 's $23.5 million Los Angeles mansion seems to be in danger as a huge crack has appeared in the hill on which the property sits

Scott had bought his sleek postmodern seven-bedroom property in June 2020

Scott had bought his sleek postmodern seven-bedroom property in June 2020 

An enormous crack can be seen perforating through the hillside

An enormous crack can be seen perforating through the hillside

Bird's eye shot images show a clear gap created between the hill due to the crack

Los Angeles Fire Department officials along with building inspectors and a geologist have visited the site of the crack and said that while 'it looks bad', there is no evacuation order being given. 

LAFD spokesperson Erik Scott explained: 'We worked very closely with building and safety as well as public works, all of whom performed an assessment as well as a geologist to look at this hillside. 

'Then our firefighters worked very closely with the residents. There's about five homes in the vicinity in that area that we spoke

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