Caitlyn Jenner's House Burns Down From SoCal Wildfires

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Nov. 9 2018, Updated 9:50 p.m. ET

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On Friday afternoon, Caitlyn Jenner's home was burned in the violent Woosley wildfires. These fires have been plaguing Southern California recently and have now hit the reality star's house. Her place of residence sat on top of a ridge that overlooked the Malibu beach.

Caitlyn's former step-daughter Kim Kardashian had to evacuate late last night from her Calabasas home and she documented the horrific experience. The fires have been raging in California and many citizens have vacated their homes and moved to safer locations.

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Caitlyn and her possible-girlfriend, Sophie Hutchins, posted a video on IG and assured fans of their safety.

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Her Malibu Hills house was featured on her show, I Am Cait and the 69-year-old has lived their since 2015. The pad is composed of 3,500 square feet and has 4 bedrooms. This isn't the first time her house has been the subject of a natural disaster. Just last year, the roof of her home was torn off due to massive winds.

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