Cara Delevingne $7 million mansion in Studio City, Los Angeles, went up in flames early Friday morning.
Cara Delevingne $7 million mansion in Studio City, Los Angeles, went up in flames early Friday morning.

Cara Delevingne $7 Million Estate in Studio City Engulfed in Flames

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Supermodel Cara Delevingne $7 million estate in Studio City, Los Angeles, was engulfed in flames in the early hours of Friday morning. 

The incident occurred around 3:52 am, and authorities were notified shortly after at 3:57 am.

Ninety-four firefighters arrived at the scene in 13 different engines, responding swiftly to the emergency. It took officials approximately two hours to bring the flames under control.

Delevingne Not Present, Two Reported Injuries:

Fortunately, Delevingne, aged 31, was not present at the multi-million-dollar property when the fire broke out. However, two individuals, including a firefighter, reportedly sustained injuries. 

One occupant is being treated for smoke inhalation, while a firefighter fell off a ladder, though further details remain undisclosed.

The luxurious 8000-square-foot mansion, which Delevingne purchased in 2019, suffered heavy damages. The fire reportedly started in one of the back rooms before spreading to the attic, causing parts of the roof to collapse.

Delevingne’s Current Whereabouts and Recent Work:

While Delevingne is currently staying in the UK for work-related matters, she was recently pictured in England for a gig at the Playhouse Theater. 

Upon landing her role as Sally Bowles in West End, she expressed excitement, stating her eagerness to make her stage debut in such an iconic role.

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