Actress and model Cara Delevingne’s Los Angeles home destroyed in fire

March 18, 2024
LAFD Los Angeles Fire Department

Overview of the incident

The Los Angeles home of model and actor Cara Delevingne was destroyed by a fire on Friday, according to AP news.

The incident resulted in injuries to one firefighter and minor smoke inhalation to an unidentified individual from the house.

Los Angeles Fire Department spokesperson Nicholas Prange provided details of the event.

Response and aftermath

Firefighters were met with heavy flames at the two-story residence, leading to the destruction of a room and attic damage. The operation to extinguish the blaze took over two hours.

Delevingne, currently starring in “Cabaret” in London, was not at the property during the fire.  She expressed her gratitude to the firefighters through Instagram stories.

Unique features of the home

The house, featured in a 2021 Architectural Digest profile, was known for its distinctive amenities.

Delevingne and her designer had incorporated elements such as a costume room, a David Bowie memorial bathroom, gaming rooms, and a ball pit.

Delevingne’s career and contributions

Cara Delevingne, a London-born fashion model turned actor, gained fame in the early 2010s.

She has since transitioned to acting, with roles in films and television series including “Suicide Squad,” “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,” and “Only Murders in the Building.”

LAFD’s Prange said: “Firefighters arrived at the two-story house to find heavy fire in the rear, which destroyed a room and spread to the attic. It took them more than two hours to put out the flames.”

Delevingne shared in an Instagram story: “Thank you from the bottom of my heart to all the firefighters and people that have showed up to help.

“My heart is broken today; I cannot believe it. Life can change in the blink of an eye. Cherish what you have.”

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