Deadline Hollywood reports:
Singer-songwriter-producer Robin Thicke has lost his house in Malibu and has evacuated. His family is reported safe. He has been documenting his ordeal on Instagram. Actor Martin Sheen has been found safe. Martin Sheen was among the hundreds evacuated to the Zuma Beach area after the California wildfires mushroomed near his home.
A reporter for the local Fox 11 outlet spoke to Martin Sheen, who told the news crew he would be sleeping in his car tonight.
His son, Charlie Sheen, put out a frantic call for information on his mother and father last night after being unable to contact them in the evacuation chaos. Add Lady Gaga to the list of celebrities who have evacuated their homes in the Malibu area.
— Jonathan Lloyd (@JonLloydLA) November 10, 2018
VIDEO: @LACoFireAirOps Firehawk helicopter flying along Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu on the way to protect life and property. This is a historic event. Please follow the direction of local authorities. (Original video, ok to use with credit) @VCFD @LACoFD #WoolseyFire pic.twitter.com/SvZSfipzfk
— LACoFireAirOps (@LACoFireAirOps) November 10, 2018
— Michael Dubron (@MichaelDubron) November 9, 2018
– 70,000 acres, 0% contained
– At least two dead
– 250,000 People evacuated
– At least 150 homes destroyed
– Multiple people arrested for looting
– Evacuation orders in place for Westlake Village, Hidden Hills, Calabasas, Agoura, and Malibupic.twitter.com/bl7MBYoXRu
— PM Breaking News (@PMBreakingNews) November 10, 2018