Caitlyn Jenner's Home Escapes California Wildfires: We're Very Lucky
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Contrary to earlier reports claiming that her Malibu house was among those destroyed by the Woolsey fire, the transgender icon reveals that it is still standing amid scorched hills.

AceShowbiz - Caitlyn Jenner's home overlooking Malibu, California has survived the state's wildfires.

The transgender icon was evacuated from the pad on Friday, November 09, just before officials shut down the coastal city and placed a mandatory evacuation order on Malibu.

Multiple sources claimed the former Olympian and reality TV star's hilltop house had been destroyed by the Woolsey blaze, but now Caitlyn has confirmed her home is still standing.

And even she is amazed.

Posting video of her return to Malibu on Instagram on Sunday, November 11, Jenner said, "It was devastating out here in Malibu. You can see the hills are just totally scorched... We're very very lucky."

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She posted an earlier video on Friday from a "safe house", in which she confessed she had no idea if the reports about her home were true.

Robin Thicke, Camille Grammer, Neil Young and Gerard Butler weren't as lucky - their homes were destroyed by the blaze over the weekend.

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