According to data on Monday, November 12, the number of victims of the devastating forest fires in California has increased to 31 people. Only in the city of Paradise and around it 29 people died. This data can not be considered final, since more than 200 people are still officially missing.
However, not only ordinary people suffered in this tragedy. Celebrities also lost their houses and cars.
On Sunday, November 11th, famous actor Gerard Butler and his girlfriend Morgan Brown came to Malibu to see what happened to their house. The picture he saw was very disappointing. 48-year-old Butler posted photos and videos of ashes on his Instagram. Not only the house burned down completely, but also his car.
There, in Malibu, a fire destroyed the villa of a popular American singer Robin Thicke. In that house, the 41-year-old author and performer of the acclaimed hit Blurred Lines lived after the divorce with his wife. He lived there together with his young girlfriend, model April Love Geary. In August, the couple announced they were expecting a baby. Now Robin will have to quickly search for a new house.
Film star Charlie Sheen almost went crazy, worrying about his parents - a famous actor Martin Sheen and an artist Janet Templeton. Their house was at the epicenter of the fire. Charlie could not contact them - mobile phones did not answer, the parents also did not respond to the messengers. The actor turned to everyone on Twitter to help find Martin and Janet.
Fortunately, everything ended well. It turned out that Charlie's parents followed the example of dozens of other Malibu residents who did not have time to evacuate. They went to Zuma beach and spent the whole night there.
The world-famous film company Paramount Pictures reported that the fire destroyed its ranch, where many famous films and TV shows were created. The ranch was located near the town of Agoura Hills. On that ranch HBO channel filmed the cult series Westworld.
The first shooting at the ranch took place in 1927. Such popular movies as The Lake House and Caught in the Draft, as well as the TV series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, Mentalist and Quich Draw were shot there.
Lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian West, Scott Baio, Rainn Wilson and Guillermo del Toro were also forced to leave their homes, in some cases hurriedly trying to arrange transport for their horses.
I am thinking so deeply for everyone who is suffering today from these abominable fires & grieving the loss of their homes or loved ones, - Lady Gaga tweeted. - I'm sitting here with many of you wondering if my home will burst into flames. All we can do is pray together & for each other. God Bless You.
Alyssa Milano said her home was in danger and she tried to safely evacuate her five horses. The actress ultimately got the help she needed and tweeted that her horses were safe.
My children are safe. ... Everything with a heartbeat is safe.