Camille Grammer's dear assistant of 20 years passed away two days before The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills mom lost her home in the Woolsey Fire in Southern California.
"My mom is my hero," her daughter, model Mason Grammer, said in an interview with Genlux magazine, for which she was photographed inside and around the property of the Malibu home where she grew up. It turns out that the photo shoot was actually the last look at the home before it was destroyed. "She's been through so much, but in the end, she always comes out stronger. She's an amazing woman who never gives up. I love her so much."
Mason was referring to Camille's double-brush with cancer, but she could easily be talking about the family's devastating loss of their friend and then their home in the Woolsey Fire.
"We can replace/rebuild our home but we can’t replace people we have lost," Camille wrote on Instagram, sharing pictures of the devastation. "I lost my assist of 20 plus years, Scott, two days before the fires. I’m still grieving and will continues to do so. He was family to me," she wrote in the emotional post. "So, to those out there that are yelling at officials and firemen why their houses weren’t saved let’s put things in perspective here. You are alive. You are safe. Let’s thank the firefighters for saving as many lives during this terrible disaster. We are here to help others and gather to rebuild what has been lost."
"My family home will remain in my heart as I start to rebuild anew wherever that will be," Camille wrote. "My heart is with my family and friends."
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