Daughters Kylie and Kendall Jenner are said to be freaking out over the erroneous report that Caitlyn Jenner lost her fabulous Malibu mansion.
TMZ first reported that the multi-million dollar home had burned down during SoCal’s latest deadly wildfire.
However a few hours ago, the site updated the story to reveal by some kind of miracle the home is safe.
The confusing reports had Kylie in panic mode, according to Hollywood Life: “feels absolutely heartbroken and devastated after hearing Caitlyn [Jenner] lost her home. Kylie has always been super close to Caitlyn and is worried sick about how she’s coping with the tragedy, she so thankful her dad is fine, but she feels horrible about her losing her home to the fire.”
The publication’s source added: “She has Stormi [Webster] with her, and she’s in contact with Caitlyn and the rest of her family and knows everyone’s safe, so she’s counting her blessings. But it’s still a heartbreaking situation, and she’s so grateful to all the firefighters and everyone helping, and she’s planning to make a big donation to them because she just wants to do something to help.”
Kendall was in Las Vegas for the second annual #REVOLVE awards at Palms Casino Resort when TMZ broke the news about her dad’s mansion being torched, and she flew back to California to be with him.
REVOLVE’s Chief Brand Officer Raissa Gerona told ET that she understands that Kendall wanted to be with family during these scary moments.
Caitlyn gave an update after fleeing the wildfires by saying: “We’re safe at a safe house. Don’t know if the house made it or not. It’s still up in the air. Thinking about all those that are affected and hope you all are safe too.”
One fan wished her well and stated: “Prayers for your home and so glad you all are well. Stay strong many prayers. For those who are hating, grow up. Everyone reacts to pain in his or her own ways, so until you walk a mile in ones shoes shut up. Find love and peace because god knows this is what the world is already missing. Prayers love peace to you and Malibu.”
At least, those young women still care about their dad.