Celebrity homes affected by Southern California wildfire

Fire destroys homes and causes many to evacuate

(NATIONAL) — The wildfire that has been roaring through Southern California, dubbed ‘the Woolsey fire,’ has swept through Malibu, Calabasas, and Agoura resulting in an unprecedented amount of devastation and tragedy.

The deadly fire, which started last week, has affected many celebrities causing them to evacuate and some to lose their homes.

Amongst those who have been affected are:

Kim Kardashian West

According to a video Kim Kardashian posted on Instagram, she arrived back home with just one hour to pack and evacuate her Calabasas home. She later reported that she is safe with her loved ones.

Caitlyn Jenner

Caitlyn was forced to evacuate her Malibu residence with partner Sophia Hutchins. She later reported that she, her partner, and the dogs were safe. The home is featured on the show “I Am Cait” and has been Jenner’s since 2015.

Gerard Butler

Actor Gerard Butler’s Malibu home burned in the wildfire and he returned to the site to document the raw devastation.

“I feel bad. … There are so many communities here, trailer parks and suburban working-class houses that are completely destroyed, and people have lost everything,” said Butler.

In light of the tragedy, he shared a GoFundMe page created to help victims of the fire and encouraged his followers to help those in need.
He plans to rebuild his home.

The Westworld Set

Paramount Ranch in Agoura Hills, Calif. was decimated by a wildfire on Friday, officials said.CreditCreditMarcio Jose Sanchez/Associated Press

The iconic Western town area at Paramount Ranch in Agoura Hills, California, where “Westworld” was shot, has burned down in the fire.

The 2,700-acre ranch was purchased in 1927 by Paramount Studios. Since then, it has been the filming site for dozens of TV series.

A TMZ report stated that all the buildings on the set were destroyed and HBO expressed their concerns for those affected by the dramatic fires.

BrokerPulse stands in solidarity with those affected by the California wildfires. These wildfires have altered the lives of hundreds of thousands of people and have taken the lives of dozens. We continue to keep those affected in our thoughts. California, we stand with you.


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