As storms rage in California, Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker face a huge repair cost after their $15 million beach property was devastated by flash floods.
The beautiful Santa Barbara home they purchased only a few months ago is now a muddy mess as a result of the destruction wrought by the storm.
Water obviously reached the garage of the married couple’s four-bedroom home, resulting in a massive clean-up effort.
Crews were allegedly charged with removing the damage as thick mud and water lingered outside their property, which is located in an area popular with celebrities.
George Lucas, as well as stars Kevin Costner, Ashton Kutcher, and Mila Kunis, live nearby.
Kourtney and Travis purchased the 2,400-square-foot home last year, which included two structures and an electric charging station, the damage to which is unclear.
Their wrecked property, as seen in images acquired by The Sun, would have had an outdoor shower and a grill, both of which are anticipated to be damaged.
It comes after Ellen DeGeneres rushed to Twitter to highlight how awful things were becoming in nearby Montecito, where over 10,000 residents were ordered to evacuate.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are among a number of celebrities who have been ordered to evacuate owing to the fear of mudslides near their residence.
Winter storms have slammed the California area, leaving officials concerned for those who live nearby.
Presenter Ellen provided a video of the current deplorable situation. “So, Montecito is under total evacuation,” she remarked, wearing her grey pullover hoodie.
“The entire town,” she said. This year marks the fifth anniversary of the fires and mudslides that killed so many people and destroyed so many homes and lives.
“It’s incredible that we’re experiencing extraordinary rain on the five-year anniversary. This brook close to our house seldom runs.”
She went on to urge people to be “kinder to Mother Nature,” stating, “Mother Nature is not happy with us. Everyone, please be cautious.”
Ellen mentioned the storm killed 23 individuals and damaged almost 100 dwellings. The fire department issued a “leave now” order to all households on Monday.
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