Will Smith And Jada Pinkett Smith California House Caught Fire, Couple Doing ‘Fine’

“There were a lot of fire trucks and police, so it caught everyone’s attention,” says a source close to the family.

After a fire broke out at Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith’s Calabasas, Calif home on Monday afternoon (Sept. 20), the couple is reportedly doing fine.

A source close to the family shared with Page Six a brief update about the Smith’s home fire. 

“They are all fine and in the home. A fire broke out in the basement, and a fireman was treated, but everyone is fine,” according to the source. “There were a lot of fire trucks and police, so it caught everyone’s attention, but they’re all fine.” 

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The outlet reports that video footage captured an ambulance entering the area of the property around 3:30 p.m.

A spokesperson for LA County Fire County confirmed Tuesday (Sept. 21) that there was “structure fire” and “smoke damage” had occurred, Page Six reports. 

In 2011, the couple’s multi-million dollar mansion was featured in Architectural Digest; two years later, in 2013, they put their home on the market for $42 million. They ultimately ended up keeping their home, and it also is where Pinkett Smith reportedly shoots her Facebook Watch show Red Table Talk.

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