Fire breaks out at Ryan Seacrest's Beverly Hills Mansion
Los Angeles: Anchor-producer Ryan Seacrest has assured his fans that everything is fine after a fire at his Beverly Hills Mansion here.
There was an incident of fire at Seacrest's $50 million compound on Sunday night, leaving some heavy damage.
He took to Instagram on Monday to share that everything is fine now, reports aceshowbiz.com.
Seacrest posted a photograph of the aftermath and wrote: "Fire last night at the house -- thank god everyone is ok. Thanks again Beverly Hills Fire Fighters."
According to the Beverly Hills Fire Department, they received a call for the emergency incident at Seacrest's house at around 1:27 a.m.
Seacrest purchased the 9,200 square-feet mansion in May 2012 from Ellen DeGeneres for what was said to be in the range of $37 million to $40 million.