The Kardashians’ hometown of Calabasas has been put under mandatory evacuation order Sunday evening as the Woolsey Fire continued to rage.
The City of Calabasas released a statement from city manager Gary Lysik saying: ‘All persons within the City of Calabasas must now orderly evacuate. For your safety, and the safety of your family, please collect necessary personal items and evacuate the city as quickly as possible, and please follow instructions provided by Law Enforcement.’
Earlier, the city order only applied to Parkway Calabasas, including The Oaks, Vista Point, Westridge, Calabasas Hills and Calabasas Park Estates.
A number of celebrities, including Robin Thicke and Gerard Butler, have lost their homes in the California wildfires.
More than 170,000 people were evacuated from the Los Angeles area as the Woolsey and Hill fires continued to rage.
The Santa Ana winds fueled the fires and pushed them toward Malibu, right in the paths of dozens of stars’ mansions.
April Love Geary, Thicke’s girlfriend, revealed on Sunday that their $2.4million mansion had burned to the ground.
The 23-year-old model posted a photo of what appeared to be the gate at their home on her Instagram story. There was also some debris in the driveway.
‘Our house is gone,’ Geary captioned the photo.
Earlier she had shared an image of smoke clouds in the neighborhood, writing: ‘Our house is somewhere in there. I’m so sad but so thankful that we all made it out safe.’
‘Praying for everyone in Malibu, our home is up in flames.’
Thicke had posted a video of him and Geary evacuating with their eighth-month-old daughter on Friday, saying they were ‘in the middle’ of the fire.
‘This is us going north instead of south on the PCH to get away from the fire,’ he said as he filmed the freeway and smoke-filled sky. ‘Look at this, it is gnarly.’
Thicke also later posted a photo of his eight-year-old son, who he shares with Paula Patton, visiting his father Alan Thicke’s grave.
‘Went to visit Grandpa. Count your blessings!’ he wrote in the caption.
In his most recent photo, Thicke posted a picture of his son on the beach. The caption read: ‘Contemplating next move…’
Camille Grammer also revealed on Sunday that she had lost her home, saying it ‘couldn’t be saved’.
Grammer, who posted a picture of her mansion up in flames, said firefighters were still able to save her cars and personal items.
‘I thanked the fire captain and his team of firemen for all of their hard work,’ Grammer wrote in the caption.
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SOURCE: Daily Mail – Anneta Konstantinides