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Gerard Butler and Miley Cyrus among celebs whose homes destroyed by California fires

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As the wildfire continues to rage in California, the death toll has climbed to 31, after two people were confirmed to have died near Los Angeles. The death toll in and around Paradise, the town which has been completely destroyed by the fire, now being dubbed ‘the Woolsey fire’, had reached 29 as on Sunday.

Authorities say 228 still people remain unaccounted for in Northern California.

“Winds are already blowing,” Chief Daryl Osby of the Los Angeles County Fire Department said Sunday. “They are going to blow for the next three days. Your house can be rebuilt but you can’t bring your life back.”

The blaze has forced the authorities to issue evacuation orders for a quarter million people in Ventura and Los Angeles counties and beachside communities including the Malibu beach colony.

There are many celebrities who live in or near the places where the fires have raged. These are some of them who have gone on record to talk about their homes being damaged/ affected in this wildfire:

Singer Miley Cyrus has been “devastated” after her Malibu home was destroyed in the blaze. In a series of tweets, Cyrus said:

Actor Gerard Butler also confirmed on social media that his house was “half-gone”.

“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Camiller Grammer Meyer also sadly lost her house entirely.

Singer Robin Thicke’s Malibu home has also been completely burned down. The 41-year-old singer said on Instagram that he, his girlfriend and his two kids are safe.

Reality star Caitlyn Jenner had earlier shared a video message saying her Malibu residence has been burned down. Reports now suggest that Jenner’s Malibu home is unscathed, although the hills behind their home were ‘scorched.’

Reality star Khloé Kardashian also shared some scary pictures of the fire near her home in Hidden Hills. She later confirmed that she has evacuated her home with her daughter True, and has been staying with brother Rob.

Celebrities at the People’s Choice Awards night in Santa Monica, asked for prayers and donations for residents and first responders.




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