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Cashed up property developer flaunts the yellow Lamborghini he bought for his glamorous blonde wife

Cashed up property developer who has blocked access to 700 car spaces with his three-storey garage now flaunts the yellow Lamborghini he bought for his glamorous blonde wife

  • Cashed up property developer displays his extravagant wealth with wife online 
  • Jean Nassif is in strife with residents of Parramatta after failed construction site 
  • Toplace was given approval to build apartments and then built additional floors
  • They floors were not waterproofed and construction has since stopped
  • As per 2015 agreement, Toplace was to give residents 700 parking spots at site 

A cashed up property developer who flaunts the yellow Lamborghini he bought his glamorous blonde wife has been met with strife after blocking access to 700 car spaces with a three-storey garage.

Jean Nassif, who works for Toplace, is in a row with the City of Parramatta council, in Sydney’s western suburbs, after building the basement the company did not have approval for.

Amid the construction, residents and visitors have been locked out of 700 CBD parking spaces  which they were previously entitled from a previous agreement with Toplace, Sydney Morning Herald reported. 

Jean Nassif (left with wife) is in a row with the City of Parramatta council, in Sydney’s western suburbs, after building the basement he did not have approval for

Mr Nassif has since been met with more controversy after he shared a video of the luxurious yellow Lamborghini he bought his wife Nissy Nassif

Mr Nassif has since been met with more controversy after he shared a video of the luxurious yellow Lamborghini he bought his wife Nissy Nassif

The property developer has since met with more controversy after he shared a video of the luxurious yellow Lamborghini he bought his wife Nissy Nassif on social media. 

Mr Nassif welcomed the vehicle into the family home and said to his wife ‘Congratulations Mrs Nassif… you like?’

The couple were quickly mocked for their materialistic display with a number of meme videos popping up on social media.

Wheelie bins, toy trucks, or washing up gloves were swapped out for the car and the pranksters joked whether Mrs Nassif would like the replacements.

Mrs Nassif, fed up with the meme videos, took to Instagram to respond to her haters.

‘Social media is great, but instead of focusing on other people’s lives and count their blessings and spending all day checking out indecent footage, focus on your own future and how you can provide a good luxurious life for yourselves, your wives, children and loved ones,’ she wrote on Instagram.

The couple were quickly mocked for their materialistic display with a number of meme videos popping up on social media

The couple were quickly mocked for their materialistic display with a number of meme videos popping up on social media

Toplace was given approval to build a 30-storey apartment block, containing 425 apartments and 715 parking spots for public use, at 189 Macquarie Street in late 2015

Toplace was given approval to build a 30-storey apartment block, containing 425 apartments and 715 parking spots for public use, at 189 Macquarie Street in late 2015

Wearing a Gucci belt, she stood beside the prominent vehicle, blowing kisses to her followers.

Toplace was given approval to build a 30-storey apartment block, containing 425 apartments and 715 parking spots for public use, at 189 Macquarie Street in late 2015.

But Toplace went against their grant and decided to dig two extra levels of car parking under the site and an additional level to hold a hydraulic tank pumping out water.

The City of Parramatta said it was ‘no longer in litigation’ with Toplace and that the ‘parties are working together to complete the project’ but the details have not been disclosed.

But Toplace went against their grant and decided to dig two extra levels of car parking under the site and an additional level to hold a hydraulic tank pumping out water

But Toplace went against their grant and decided to dig two extra levels of car parking under the site and an additional level to hold a hydraulic tank pumping out water

LEC commissioner Sarah Bish determined Toplace had shown 'blatant disregard regarding compliance' for approval of the extra floors

LEC commissioner Sarah Bish determined Toplace had shown ‘blatant disregard regarding compliance’ for approval of the extra floors

There is currently no indication on what will happen to the illegally dug floors – which were not waterproofed – and who will pay to fix them. 

In the Land and Environment Court (LEC) in late 2017, the issue was discussed on whether the floors should be retro-fitted with waterproofing, or whether they should be pumped.

Toplace hired a water expert who thought waterproofing the floors would be ‘prohibitively expensive and impractical’.

LEC commissioner Sarah Bish determined Toplace had shown ‘blatant disregard regarding compliance’ for approval of the extra floors.

She could not satisfy the ‘structural integrity’ of the building and ordered a halt to any construction at the site. 

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