The Woolsey fire is 62 percent contained, over one week after it started, and yet hundreds of residents and celebrities have lost their homes in the flames.
This Thursday, Camille Grammer took to Instagram to share a shocking photo of her burned down home.
“This is what’s left of my home. We can replace/rebuild our home but we can’t replace people we have lost,” wrote Grammer, 50, adding that she had to endure a double heartbreak this month, as she lost someone incredibly dear to her before the flames took over California.
“I lost my assist of 20 plus years Scott two days before the fires. I’m still grieving and will continues to do so. He was family to me. So, to those out there that are yelling at officials and firemen why their houses weren’t saved let’s put things in perspective here. You are alive. You are safe. Let’s thank the firefighters for saving as many lives during this terrible disaster,” continued The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star.
Other A-listers such as Gerard Butler, Kim Basinger and Robin Thicke also announced they’d lost their houses, but all seemed grateful for the safety of their loved ones — including Kim Kardashian and her family, all who were evacuated but able to save their mansions.
During her speech at the People’s Choice Awards, Kardashian, 37, voiced her sadness over the matter and thanked firefighters and first responders for their efforts.
“We are here to help others and gather to rebuild what has been lost. Here are some pics of what is left of my house and memories from the past. I will keep these memories and hold them in my heart forever. Thanksgiving dinners, Christmas, Halloween, and charity events I hosted at my house. My family home will remain in my heart as I start to rebuild anew wherever that will be. My heart is with my family and friends. #malibustrong #woolseyfire I Malibu!! My home always!!” concluded Grammer.
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