Cara Delevingne's Parents Blame Windy Weather for House Fire

Speaking to reporter after the actress' L.A. mansion was ravaged by fire, Pandora and Charles Delevingne say that an electrical fire had gotten out of control due to windy conditions.

AceShowbiz - Supermodel Cara Delevingne's Los Angeles home was ravaged by a fire in the early hours of March 15. The 6,650-square-foot mansion suffered extensive damage, and one room completely collapsed.

According to the Los Angeles Fire Department, the fire started around 4 A.M. local time near the back of the property. High winds are believed to have contributed to the flames spreading rapidly to the attic.

Delevingne's parents, Pandora and Charles Delevingne, addressed the situation before Cara's "Cabaret" performance in London that night. They stated that an electrical fire had gotten out of control due to windy conditions. "Power lines," Charles told a videographer. "Very windy there."

Pandora expressed that Cara was heartbroken over the loss of her home, which she considered her "base." "She had everything in her house-her whole life," she said. "She built it. She made it."

The cause of the electrical fire is still under investigation, with a possible factor being something falling on a power line. While no one was home at the time of the fire, one occupant who was staying at the residence was treated for smoke inhalation.

Cara took to Instagram to share her devastation, writing, "My heart is broken today... I cannot believe it. Life can change in the blink of an eye. So cherish what you have."

Despite the tragedy, the show in London went on as scheduled. Cara's two cats, initially feared dead, were later found alive and well, thanks to the efforts of firefighters.

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