Caitlyn Jenner's Malibu Home Burns To The Ground As California Wildfires Show No Mercy
Caitlyn Jenner's Malibu house has reportedly burned down to the ground as California wildfires continue to obliterate the state's terrain. Beginning yesterday with the Camp Fire, Californians are currently battling the Camp Fire, Hill Fire, and Woolsey Fire as high-speed winds continue to spark more blazes.
Within the past 24 hours, the city of Paradise, California has been destroyed and Malibu is under a full, mandatory evacuation.
Actor James Woods became concerned for residents impacted by the Camp Fire on Thursday and launched an ongoing social media campaign to share resources to those in need. As fires sparked in Los Angeles and Ventura counties, more celebrities found themselves in jeopardy.
Reports state that Kim Kardashian and Alyssa Milano have already evacuated. Caitlyn Jenner reportedly lost her home to the Woolsey Fire. She lived in the home since 2015.
Other celebrities including Lady Gaga, Eddie Money, Rainn Wilson, Scott Baio, and Will Smith are reportedly in danger of losing their homes.
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Fear and panic are spreading through affected areas as many reports are saying that the California fires are spreading so quickly people aren't leaving in time.
An earlier report said that five people were fatally killed in the fire while they were in a van trying to outrun the fire. According to the latest reports and updates from emergency officials, it is unlikely that Caitlyn Jenner's will be the only celebrity to lose his or home due to the fire.
While mandatory evacuations are underway in many areas, there are growing concerns about other locations that are currently under a voluntary evacuation.
People are also growing concerned the fire may reach the Pacific Coast Highway causing problems for evacuees.
Approximately 13,000 people who live in Malibu are under a mandatory evacuation.
As firefighters work tirelessly to save lives and homes, many in the area have reached out for help sheltering their pets and large animals. People are working together to not only help others evacuate but to provide updates, rescue animals, and provide shelter.
Caitlyn Jenner hasn't tweeted or shared an update on the loss of her home on social media.