Kourtney and Kim Kardashian Evacuate Homes as Wildfire Spreads

Kim Kardashian Was Reportedly Forced To Evacuate- Fire Erupted In Hidden Hills And Calabasas After The Tragedy In Thousand Oaks

Kim Kardashian forced to evacuate her home as wildfire sweeps through neighbourhood

Lady Gaga fled her home early in the morning.

The Los Angeles County Fire Department tweeted that the fire was headed to the ocean, punctuating the message with the declaration: "Imminent threat!"

Kim's sister Kourtney, who lives nearby, also chose to evacuate though she was not under a mandatory order to do so.

She took to Instagram to share aerial photos of the Woosley fire in California and praise the efforts of firefighters.

The socialite was returning from a business trip when she spotted the fires from the air.

She captioned as video with: "Fire fighters are arriving. Thank you for all that you do for us!"

Kim Kardashian has been sweating it out as a massive brushfire came perilously close to her Hidden Hills mansion.

As wildfires rage through parts of California, a number of celebrities are among the local residents leaving their homes.

Alyssa Milano, who on Friday tweeted that her house was "in jeopardy" but she had gotten needed help to evacuate her horses and that her children were safe, posted Saturday that she was waiting to hear of her home's fate.

She wrote alongside the picture: "I pray that everyone is kept safe and protected from these fires".




Kylie was not in California at the time as she was supporting boyfriend, Travis Scott, at his Astroworld tour in Baltimore, Maryland.

In addition, Khloe Kardashian tweeted she was with her daughter, True Thompson, her brother, Rob Kardashian, and his daughter, Dream Kardashian, and that they were "keeping watch". "Thank you for all that you do for us!" she wrote alongside another video.

The Kardashians aren't the only celebrities facing the fires. That fire is blazing near the site of the mass shooting in Thousand Oaks Wednesday night.

On Thursday night, the City of Calabasas' official Twitter account announced that the Woolsey fire grew to more than 2000 acres with zero per cent containment. According to CNN, the fires have caused structure damage and a number of other evacuations.

A second fire has been burning in the Santa Rosa Valley east of Camarillo, west of Simi Valley near Newbury Park and Thousand Oaks.

The Woolsey fire began on November 8 near Simi Valley then burned south overnight, jumping the 101 freeway and heading towards the Kardashian family's Calabasas homes and the flames by Friday afternoon hard marched all the way to the coast in Malibu.

According to TMZ, Kim was returning from a visit to San Quentin Prison in northern California when she spotted the blaze. Hours before that her neighborhood had flames bearing down on it. Kim was reportedly there to look at programs the prison has for its inmates, but it's worth nothing that death row inmate Kevin Cooper is incarcerated there; Kim has been asking the governor to look into his case.

A rep confirmed to Metro.co.uk that Caitlyn, 69, is safe but did not comment on the state of her property.

The piece argues that Cooper might have been framed for the heinous crime.

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