Fire Breaks Out at Ryan Seacrest's Beverly Hills Compound
The TV personality said there were no injuries in the Sunday incident and thanked the Beverly Hills Fire Department.
Ryan Seacrest's sprawling Beverly Hills compound sustained a fire on Sunday night, the television personality stated Monday.
In an Instagram post showing charred housing materials, Seacrest said that there were no injuries in the fire and thanked the Beverly Hills Fire Department for their work.
The incident was described as an electrical fire on the property away from the main house, a source told The Hollywood Reporter. No additional details were given.
The host and producer purchased the home, said to be 9,200 square-feet, in May 2012 from Ellen DeGeneres for what was said to be in the range of $37 million to $40 million, THR reported at the time.
The Beverly Hills Fire Department did not reply for comment. Legal representatives for Seacrest did not immediately respond for comment.