Ryan Seacrest’s Beverly Hills Mansion Catches Fire, No Injuries
Ryan Seacrest’s Beverly Hills mansion caught fire on Sunday, but no one was injured.
On Sunday, the 42-year-old radio and TV personality shared a photo on Instagram with his 2.9 million followers of the charred remains of part of his home after the fire, according to People magazine. He also thanked firefighters for doing what they could to save his home. (RELATED: On eve of election, Obama talks to Ryan Seacrest about nachos [AUDIO])
In the shot, burnt pieces of furniture and drywall can be seen. He captioned the post, “fire last night at the house- thank god everyone is ok. Thanks again @beverlyhillsfirefighters.” (RELATED: Michelle Obama Halts ‘The Night Before Christmas’ To Tell Kids Santa Quit Smoking)
Seacrest bought the $50 million dollar home from TV host Ellen DeGeneres in 2012. It sits on nearly three acres, according to TMZ. The mansion is reportedly mostly intact following the fire that was started due to an “electrical” problem.
“Our sources say it was an electrical fire off Seacrest’s driveway … which spread to nearby trash cans,” the report read.