Gerard Butler Malibu Home Destroyed in California Fire

The fire that affects the Californian county of Ventura, and that forced to dislodge the well-off towns of Malibu and Calabasas, where several stars of Hollywood reside, has left in the street in the last hours to Lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian, Guillermo del Toro and Other celebrities such as the actor and producer, Gerard Butler, who posted a selfie on Instagram next to his destroyed house in Malibu.

In addition to Butler, many celebrities posted messages on social networks in which they share their experience during the evacuation, express their solidarity with the rest of the evacuees and show their fear that the fire will ruin their homes and properties.

Singer Lady Gaga shared photos on Instagram that show how she was leaving her Malibu home and Mexican director Guillermo del Toro posted a message on Twitter congratulating himself on being alive but lamenting the possible loss of his collector’s items.

Meanwhile, the media Kim Kardashian, who was evicted at the end of Thursday along with her three children by the proximity of the flames, posted the following message on her Instagram account: “Let us pray for Calabasas. I only had one hour to pack everything and evacuate the house. ”

In addition, the magazine TMZ published that Olympic exganadora and current television personality Caitlyn Jenner lost his home in the fire. Actor Charlie Sheen asked for help on Twitter to locate his parents, Janet and actor Martin Sheen.

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Other actors and actresses who also had to leave their homes are Roma Downey, Alyssa Milano, Rainn Wilson, Eddie McClintock and musician Melissa Etheridge.

The “Woolsey Fire,” as the conflagration has been called, has burned 14,000 hectares for the time being and has forced evacuation orders to be issued for 75,000 residences in Ventura and Los Angeles counties.

Parallel to “Woolsey”, another fire that, despite having been declared less than 48 hours ago and is considered one of the worst in the history of the state, burns areas of northern California near Chico, about 280 kilometers from San Francisco.

The “Camp Fire”, which advanced at high-speed thanks to the dryness of the terrain and strong winds, has caused the death of nine people, while another 35 remain missing has engulfed thousands of buildings in the city of Paradise (26,000 inhabitants) and has burned 36,420 hectares.