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One in northern California or in southern California. Anyway, you got several stars, including Miley Cyrus, and Gerald Butler and Camille grammer and rare Robin Thicke Neil young. They have all lost homes in the Wolsey fire that swept through Malibu and the surrounding Los Angeles and Ventura counties kept one I don't know where it is. But I kept on one used to when I hear Malibu, I originally think of Johnny Carson's old house and Tom Petty's old house. Probably still owned by the pennies. Other celebrities like Caitlyn