Caitlyn Jenner thanks her happy stars for escaping the dangerous forest fires that continue to burn Southern California.
Olympia and Transgender Rights activist confirmed on Friday that she and her self-written partner Sophia Hutchins They left their house in Malibu in the face of the Woolsey fire, which demanded a complete evacuation of the wealthy community and surrounding neighborhoods.
In a video shared on Jenner's Instagram page, she and Hutchins assured fans that they were not in danger, but failed to confirm the status of their 3,500-square-meter residence.
"Well, we're safe in a safe house," Caitlyn told her 9 million followers. "I do not know if the house made it or not, it's still in the air, we're safe."
A few hours ago, TMZ reported Caitlyn's house went up in flames. Meanwhile, several family members of the reality TV personality, including one Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashianand Rob Kardashian, have also evacuated their Hidden Hills properties.
Sophia then agreed, "The dogs are out in the pool, swimming and having a good time." Caitlyn replied, "I do not think we have a good day," to which Sophia said, "We have a vodka, it was a hell of a morning, we're safe, that's all that matters."
While it is unclear where Caitlyn and Sophia sought refuge from the fire, Kim and Khloe continue to keep their followers informed. The E! Reality star shared a photo of her niece True Thompsonon Instagram: "I'm trying to free myself from this fire and cuddle up with my niece, we're all safe and that's all that matters."
Kim also tweeted, "I heard the flames hit our property in our house in Hidden Hills but have stopped now, it does not seem like it's going to get any worse, God is good."
Other celebrities who documented their evacuations were included Lady Gaga, Will Smith, Alyssa Milano, Rainn Wilsonand Iggy Azalea,
The fast-moving brush fire has also left the mansion of Agoura Hills The bachelor Franchise is shot according to series producer in "serious danger".