These 9 Celebs Lost Their Homes Due to Devastating Disasters

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7. Robin Thicke

Beloved musician Robin Thicke and his supermodel girlfriend, April Love Geary, only had a couple of minutes to gather their kids and a few belongings when their home in Malibu became the victim of the Woolsey Fire.

The star’s partner, and now wife, was so shocked by the whole incident that she wanted to share her thoughts and emotions with her Instagram community. She posted on her social media account that their house was somewhere in the middle of the fire, but although she feels sad about it, she is happy and relieved that all of them made it out safely. She also added that she kept praying for all the victims because their dear city was in flames.

According to different sources, the house was bought in 2015, after the singer and actress Paula Patton got divorced. The four-bedroom and also the four-bathroom property wasn’t cheap and it cost them no less than $2 million. Even though they lost a lovely home with plenty of space, fruit trees, and square footage, at least no one in the family was wounded.

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  1. The fires in California were more destructive than they should have been due to poor forestry policies practiced in California. Not removing the dead trees and undergrowth in many areas due to environmental concerns provided more fuel for each fire incident. The climate may have been a fraction of a degree warmer with less humidity than twenty five years ago, but climate change was a minuscule cause of the devastation. The science backs that up if one really wants to check. As AOC’s former chief of staff said to Governor Ainsley’s chief of staff: the green new deal and climate policies are not about saving the planet, but about controlling the economy.

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