A Bel-Air mansion belonging to Osama bin Laden’s brother is involved in some controversy.

The seven-bedroom property has been on the market for six months.

However, it hasn’t attracted a buyer despite being in a prime location.

As a result, the price has even been slashed by a whopping $2 million.

The Mediterranean villa-style mansion belonged to Osama’s brother Ibrahim.

Ibrahim purchased the home with former wife Christine Hartunian Sinay for $1.65 million.

However, he abandoned the property after the 9/11 attacks by his brother.

Ibrahim hasn’t returned to the United States since 2001.

The property has noticeably declined and the buyer would have to spend millions in renovation.