Wildfires Force Mandatory Evacuation Of Malibu, Caitlyn Jenner’s House Destroyed, Cher “Worried And Afraid”

Forbes reports:

Residents of the city of Malibu, Calif. are under mandatory evacuation orders Friday as the Woolsley Fire heads for populated areas along the Pacific Coast Highway (aka U.S. Route 101) and the Pacific Ocean.

The Woolsey Fire jumped the 101 freeway early Friday as one of three massive wildfires that ignited in the Golden State in just the past two days. The Woolsey Fire broke out inland in the city of Simi Valley on Thursday and remains 0% contained.

As firefighters work to control the blaze, the best and really only thing residents can do is get out of the way. At least 75,000 homes have been evacuated in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties so far, according to CBS Los Angeles.

In Touch reports:

Caitlyn Jenner‘s home that was featured on her reality show, I Am Cait, reportedly burned down on Nov. 9. Her iconic property was in the path of the blazing Woolsey fire and was destroyed as Southern California’s wildfires continue to rage on.

Caitlyn’s 3,500 square foot home sat on top of a ridge and overlooked the Malibu beach area. She’s been there since 2015, and luckily she was able to get out in time.

All of the Malibu residents are currently under mandatory evacuation, as the fire’s burned more than 14,000 acres. Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, and Kourtney Kardashian also had to evacuate their homes.