'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Mansion Ravaged by Fire
More than 100 firefighters were called to Lisa Vanderpump’s former home on Friday.
While there were plenty of heated battles that went on in Lisa Vanderpump’s Beverly Hills home during The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, nothing was as hot as real-life fire that stuck the mansion on Friday.
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Vanderpump’s former home on the 100 block of Beverly Park Way was ravaged by a fire on Friday, with more 100 Los Angeles firefighters being called to the scene, according to the LAFD alert.
The fire was reported at 6:30 p.m. and put out by 8 p.m. One fire fighter was injured, and transported to a local hospital.
The grand white mansion will look very familiar to fans of the Bravo show – it’s where Vanderpump’s daughter Pandora hosted her wedding.
Vanderpump tweeted: “Yes sadly I heard...a lot of wonderful memories,including my daughters wedding...I am glad to have shared it with you.”
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Vanderpump and her husband Ken Todd no longer live in the home, but, according to TMZ, the Bravo show was filming nearby at the home of Adrienne Maloof. They had to stop taping when the home was evacuated in a precautionary measure. Bravo did not immediate return THR's request for comment.
Maloof’s husband, Paul Nassif, tweeted, “At home with the family and smelled smoke. The house across the street from us is on fire. All of us here are OK!”
Later he added: “Thanks for your concern everyone. It looks to have been just the interior of the house and the BHFD has gotten it under control.”