‘The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills’ Star Lisa Vanderpump’s Former Mansion Catches Fire


Last night, a Beverly Hills mansion that’s easily recognizable to many of us caught fire and remained ablaze for quite some time. Lisa Vanderpump no longer own the now-famous mansion, having sold the massive property back in September for a smaller estate. But it’s still sad to hear that the beautiful home from the opening credits of the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills show (and the home in which Lisa’s daughter Pandora was married), experienced some major damage last night. Luckily, nobody was harmed. More deets inside.

The thought of any home catching fire is frightening and worrisome, and at first, the fire department was unable to contain the blaze. E! Online has more:

Erik Scott of the Los Angeles Fire Department said that the fire was reported around 6:30 p.m. Fire officials requested additional units within minutes of arriving to the location. It was stated that smoke was billowing from at least three sections in the home’s roof.

According to the LAFD Alert account, “Over 100 LAFD Firefighters maintain aggressive attack. Fire not extinguished but contained to structure. No injury.”

Luckily, shortly afterward, the fire officials released another alert sharing that the fire was reduced down, “KNOCKDOWN: Over 100 FF in just over 1 hour. No injury.”

Read more here.

Meanwhile, Real Housewives co-stars tweeted about the incident. Adrienne Maloof and her husband Dr. Paul Nassif still live next to Lisa’s former home and saw the fire. Paul tweeted the following:

Another co-star, Kyle Richards asked if it was indeed Lisa’s old house and Paul confirmed that it was.
Shortly after he added this:

And earlier this morning he also thanked the Beverly Hills Fire Department in this tweet:

Well said.

So all seems to be well in Beverly Hills. That is, until the next season begins ;) I haven’t watched the show in some time, but I always liked Lisa, and I’m glad to hear that the house and the current residents are all good.