Cara Delevingne’s $7 million LA home goes up in flames while she’s in London

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There was a massive fire at Cara Delevingne’s California mansion early Friday morning, Page Six can confirm.

A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Fire Department tells Page Six they received a call at around 3:57 a.m. local time early Friday that the 650-square foot, two-story home had been engulfed in flames.

The public information officer says they discovered a “heavy fire” had started around the back of the property and had “consumed one of the rooms.”

“All occupants were out of the home” at the time, he adds.

Cara Delevingne’s home in Los Angeles burned down early Friday.

The residence is reportedly worth $7 million. London Entertainment for NY Post

We’re told both the Los Angeles Fire Department and Police Department responded to the scene. Traffic News Los Angeles

Page Six also spoke with a public information officer at the Los Angeles Police Department, who adds they responded to a call of a fire at 4:29 a.m. local time to “evacuate residents” and “do traffic control.”

The LAFD had already been on the scene for several minutes overseeing the matter.

The LAPD officer says police did not have to actually evacuate any individuals inside the home, either.

We’re told the massive fire began in the back of the house. Traffic News Los Angeles

There were no occupants inside the property by the time police and officers arrived. Traffic News Los Angeles

Delevingne, 31, was overseas in England at the time, as she has been playing the role of Sally Bowles in “Cabaret” at the Playhouse Theater in London.

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Her rep did not immediately return Page Six’s request for comment. The model has not yet addressed the incident on social media.

Delevingne was not home at the time the fire occurred.

She is in England taking part in a cabaret show.

LAFD tells Page Six that the fire was a massive undertaking that took 94 firefighters a total of two hours and 16 minutes to put out. The roof of the home ended up collapsing as a result.

“One firefighter was transported to the hospital due to an injury and one occupant suffered minor smoke inhalation,” the spokesperson adds.

We’re also told it appears the fire started on the outside of the house, and eventually made its way into a back room and up to the attic.

It took firefighters more than two hours to put out. Traffic News Los Angeles

The fire is still under investigation. /

We’re told arson and criminal activity are not suspected at this time. /

Firefighters were still on the scene this morning. London Entertainment for NY Post

However, the LAFD officer points out there is “nothing to suggest that it was criminal activity.”

The LAPD rep adds, “There is no indication of an arson or criminal investigation right now.”

A probe, however, is ongoing, and a spokesperson for the LAFD is expected to give a media briefing later on Friday. TMZ was first to report the news of the fire.