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Following the Malibu Fires, Camille Grammer’s Mansion Rebuild Is a Total “Nightmare”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills friend is facing toxic debris and demolition plans following her California home's destruction in the Woolsey Fire.
After losing her Malibu home in the Woolsey Fire last year, Camille Grammer has been living in a glamorous trailer overlooking the Pacific Ocean and trying to begin the process of rebuilding. But it hasn't been easy: The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills mom recently spoke candidly about some of the obstacles in the way of moving back home.
“I’m not sure what’s going to happen,” she admitted to Page Six. “It’s been a nightmare. 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!'”
Firefighters weren't able to save much from the fire, but a few thoughtfully rescued some of Camille's treasured family photos. Camille is now looking forward to having a place to build new family memories. (Want a tour of the new beach home she'll be moving into soon? Watch the video above!)
“My son’s been living with his dad and my daughter is like, ‘Mom, I need a house,'” she told the publication. “My husband has two boys, so I need a home. We have two bedrooms and one bedroom is smaller than a closet!”
Here's hoping the rebuild exits the nightmare phase soon and another gorgeous mansion fills its place. Until then, we'll find Camille in her almost-ready waterfront home.