On Monday, Sept. 20, emergency personnel was dispatched to Will Smith’s Calabasas, California, mansion due to a small “structural fire.”
Despite the presence of an ambulance alongside fire engines on the scene, no injuries were recorded.

The 150-acre estate is worth an estimated according to Page Six.
According to a person who talked with the publication, emergency services arrived at the property about 3:30 p.m. on Monday.
While the specific location of the fire within the estate is presently unknown, the source also stated that there was substantial “smoke damage.”

The news of the incident was also confirmed by a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

Page Six reports that Smiths own “many nearby homes” in the region, and Sante-Fe architect Stephen Samuelson helped them transform the properties into the Calabasas estate.

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith celebrated Jada’s 50th birthday on the night before the fire, according to MADAMENOIRE.