Police officers rushed to the Los Angeles home of Billie Lourd on Thursday after a conflict between two construction workers led to shots being fired.
Los Angeles Police Department sources told TMZ that law enforcement responded to a call from the property after the conflict between two workers escalated to violence. The argument began after an unidentified construction worker was fired, leading him to pull out a rifle, aim it at another worker, and fire at least one shot into the ground before taking off. Thankfully, no one was hurt and Lourd wasn’t at home at the time of the incident. The shooter has not been arrested, but police are reportedly on the lookout for him.
The current construction taking place at the property is due to Lourd’s plans to combine both her late mother Carrie Fisher and late grandmother Debbie Reynolds’s adjoining Beverly Hills homes into one very large estate for her growing family. The actress gave birth to her first child with fiancé Austen Rydell, Kingston Fisher Lourd Rydell, in September. The famous mother-daughter duo lived next door to each other for over 15 years until Fisher’s death in December 2016 and Reynolds’s passing the following day. Their combined 3.5-acre properties are reportedly worth $18 million.
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