WASHINGTON (Circa) — Caitlyn Jenner's multimillion dollar home in Malibu dodged a bullet and was not affected by wildfires in the area, TMZ reports.
Originally, reports surfaced on Friday that her house burned down but an aerial picture taken on Saturday morning shows smoke smoldering outside of her home. The house is 3,500 square feet and is on top of the hills of Malibu.
Jenner also posted a video of herself on Friday saying that she was safe. At the time she recorded her video, she was unaware of how her house was doing.
The former Olympian and reality star has lived in her house since 2015. This is also not the first time she has had to deal with natural disasters affecting her fenced off property.
In 2017, winds that reached 60 miles per hour tore off the home's roof.
The fires have burned down more than 14,000 acres causing more than 75,000 homes to be evacuated.