REVEALED: The 8 million dollar mansion of Halle Berry was established by sea pirates during Malibu forest fires. – with priceless works of art
- Halle Berry lives in a $ 8 million mansion in Malibu with her two children
- She had to evacuate the house during Woolsey Fire
- Later she heard that they were stealing pirates through the ocean and stole items
- Lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian-West, Iggy Azalea and Cher have also been evacuated
Ariel Zilber for Dailymail.com
Halle Berry was forced to evict her Malibu house in November due to Woolsey's wildfire – only to discover that sea-going shipwrecked into the house through the coast and plundered it.
The Oscar-winning actress lives in a $ 8 million town house along the coast that was on the path of the wildfire.
But they were pirates who came in from the coast by boat and prepared themselves with precious works of art and other expensive objects.
& # 39; These criminals were smart & # 39 ;, told a resource to Radar Online.
& # 39; They knew exactly what they were doing! They knew that the fire gave them exactly the cover they needed to get off the track!
Halle Berry (seen in Los Angeles in April 2018) was forced to leave her Malibu house in November due to the Woolsey wildfire – only to learn that sea pirates were breaking into the house and plundering the coast
Halle Berry's house on the ocean in Malibu can be seen in the above image from 2005
The pirates have reportedly set out with valuable works of art and other expensive items
Mayor and fireman Rick Mullen investigates a house that is on fire in Malibu while the Woolsey Fire is coming down the hill on November 6
& # 39; When Halle was told what had happened, she could not go back into the area and she was crazy! & # 39;
Celebrities were aware of the possibility that plunderers would try to exploit the forest fires to steal their valuable possessions.
Pink's husband, Carey Hart, encouraged victims of California forest fires to defend their property against looters by using their Second Amendment Law to carry weapons.
On November 13 Hart wrote on Instagram: & # 39; It is a pity that some people abuse others in a crisis. While the Malibu fires have burned, some locals have their property to fend off and defend against the fires.
& # 39; There have been observations of looters who broke into houses. Well, if you are a plunderer, think carefully if you are back in Malibu (sic). #DefendYourLand # 2ndamendment. & # 39;
The former professional warning from a freestyle motocross competitor was posted alongside a black-and-white photograph of a group of men holding firearms with a sign that read: "Looters will be shot down on the spot & # 39;
It is unclear when the picture was taken. The corner of the board says: & # 39; PDC Posse. & # 39;
Berry, the 52-year-old star of hits such as Monster's Ball, Catwoman and Swordfish, was one of a number of celebrities who had to evacuate Malibu as a result of the November 8 fire.
Pink's husband Carey Hart encouraged fellow Californian forest fires to defend their property against looters by practicing their Second Amendment right to bear arms in a threatening Instagram post on November 13 (photo)
Pink and Hart's $ 110 million beach house in Malibu (photo) reportedly survived the fires
Actress and producer Roma Downey, who is married to reality TV, Mark Burnett of the fame of Survivor and The Apprentice, shared photos of the fire and smoke that flooded the Malibu area.
& # 39; It took four hours to escape Malibu & # 39 ;, she wrote on Instagram.
& # 39; But we are safe Thank God and our dogs are safe. Our street is on fire. So I hope our house survives. & # 39;
At that time Berry also took her Instagram story to reveal that she also evacuated her home in Malibu.
& # 39; Recently we evacuated our home in Malibu because of the forest fires – everyone is safe on our side, but I am heartbroken for those currently affected and suffering, & # 39; said Berry.
& # 39; You are in my prayers, & # 39; she added. & # 39;
Numerous other stars such as Lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian-West, Iggy Azalea, Cher, Rainn Wilson, director Guillermo del Toro and Alyssa Milano were also evacuated.
The Woolsey Fire destroyed thousands of houses in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties.
It is estimated that this has caused up to $ 5 billion in property damage in the area, according to The Real Deal.
Three people died and three firefighters were injured.