Camille Grammer's 6,000-square-foot Malibu mansion was damaged so badly in last fall's devastating Woolsey Fire that only a few treasured family photos could be recovered and she was told what was left of the actual structure needed to be detoxified, torn down, and removed. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills pal took to her social media just this weekend to share that the demolition has started.
"What's left of my house as of this morning," she wrote. "Demo time."
“It’s been a nightmare," she told Page Six last month. "They need to demo the toxic debris because the house burnt from the top down. And they have to remove anything that’s toxic from the house and then they have to demo the rest of it and start from scratch. So it’s going to be a long process but I do have a house I’ll be moving to in the next few weeks but that keeps getting pushed back. Every two weeks I’m like, ‘Am I moving in? No! I’m renovating still!'”
Hopefully it won't be long before Camille can rebuild a magical new home on the property that was damaged and start a positive new chapter with her children and new husband. Before then, however, she'll be moving into her seaside beach house that should be ready any day now.
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