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Cara Delevingne Begins Demolition of $7 Million Los Angeles Mansion Destroyed by Massive Fire


The ashes and rubble of Cara Delevingne’s home are making way for something new.

Demolition of the model’s $7 million Los Angeles mansion began on Sunday as bulldozers were seen on the property after it was destroyed by fire in March.

The pool, which appeared to be intact and still filled with water, was fenced off in preparation.

Delevingne, 31, was in London for her West End debut as Sally Bowles in Cabaret when the house caught fire in the early hours of Friday, March 15.

At the time, the model shared a photo of her cats, believing they had died in a fire.

Demolition has begun on Cara Delevingne’s $7 million Los Angeles mansion

Bulldozers were seen on the property on Saturday after it was destroyed in a fire in March

Bulldozers were seen on the property on Saturday after it was destroyed in a fire in March

The pool, which appeared to be intact and still filled with water, was fenced off in preparation

The pool, which appeared to be intact and still filled with water, was fenced off in preparation

«My heart is broken today,» Delevingne wrote at the time. ‘I can not believe that. Life can change in the blink of an eye. So appreciate what you have.’

She later revealed the pets had been rescued from the fire: ‘They’re alive!! Thank you to the firemen.’

It took 94 firefighters, 13 engines and nearly two hours to fully control the fire, during which time there was one injury.

Someone staying at the Studio City home was also treated for smoke inhalation.

Cara’s mother Pandora Delevingne said at the time that her daughter was ‘devastated’ by the fire.

“She had everything in her house, her whole life,” Pandora said. “She built it, she did it. It has everything in it.”

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Her father, Charles Delevingne, said the cause of the fire was «electrical», explaining that «something fell on a power line» amid «very windy» weather.

The Los Angeles Fire Department officially ruled the cause «undetermined» last month after it was too difficult due to extensive damage.

After weeks of investigation by the arson squad, officials clarified that there were no signs of foul play.

Delevingne, 31, was in London for her West End debut as Sally Bowles in Cabaret when the house caught fire in the early hours of Friday, March 15.

Delevingne, 31, was in London for her West End debut as Sally Bowles in Cabaret when the house caught fire in the early hours of Friday, March 15.

The model shared a photo of her cats at the time, believing they had died in the fire, before revealing they had been rescued from the blaze.

The model shared a photo of her cats at the time, believing they had died in the fire, before revealing they had been rescued from the blaze.

Cara's mother Pandora Delevingne said at the time that her daughter was

Cara’s mother Pandora Delevingne said at the time that her daughter was «devastated» by the fire.

Delevingne was granted a five-year restraining order against her stalker Floris Van Merkesteyn in 2022 after he tried to break into the house.

The American Horror Story actress purchased the 8,000-square-foot mansion for $7 million in 2019.

In 2021, Architectural Digest toured the home and showed off her eccentric Alice in Wonderland-inspired aesthetic, which included Gucci wallpaper, a ball pit, and a «pink f***ing palace» with a vaginal tunnel.

After attending Monday’s Met Gala, Delevingne hit back at a critic who said she appeared «satisfied» on the red carpet after rehab in 2022.

‘It’s been clear for almost two years!! Thank you for your support,” she replied in the comment.



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