Shots fired at Star Wars actress Billie Lourd’s LA home after argument between construction workers


Shots fired at Star Wars actress Billie Lourd’s Hollywood mansion following an argument between construction workers transforming the homes of her mother Carrie Fisher and grandmother Debbie Reynolds’s into a single $18million estate

  • Billie Lourd is renovating a 3.5 acre $18million estate in Beverly Hills, California 
  • Argument was between two construction workers, one of whom had been fired
  • The disgruntled employee pulled out a rifle and aimed at the other construction worker, but then fired at the ground and left the scene 

 Cope were called after shots were fired at the home of Star Wars actress Billie Lourd in Los Angeles after an argument between two construction workers. 

Police responded to the incident at the actress’s Beverly Hills home, where renovations are underway. 

Lourd is combining her mother Carrie Fisher’s and grandmother Debbie Reynolds’s Hollywood properties together to create an $18 million mega estate.  

An argument broke out between two construction workers, one of whom had been fired. The disgruntled former employee pulled out a rifle, police sources told TMZ.  

A shooting has broken out at the home of Star Wars actress Billie Lourd (left) in Los Angeles after an altercation between construction workers. Pictured: Billie Lourd, Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds pose during TNT’s 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 25, 2015

Police responded to the incident at the actress's Beverly Hills home, where renovations are underway. Billie Lourd has started a complete renovation of her mother, Carrie Fisher's, (pictured) and grandmother Debbie Reynolds's neighboring Beverly Hills homes

Police responded to the incident at the actress’s Beverly Hills home, where renovations are underway. Billie Lourd has started a complete renovation of her mother, Carrie Fisher’s, (pictured) and grandmother Debbie Reynolds’s neighboring Beverly Hills homes

Law enforcement sources said he aimed at the other construction worker, but then fired at the ground and left the scene. 

There were no injuries and Lourd, 28, was not home at the time of the incident. No arrests have been made but police are investigating the shooting. 

The shooting comes as American Horror Story actress Lourd started a complete renovation of her mother Carrie Fisher’s and grandmother Debbie Reynolds’s neighbouring Beverly Hills homes.   

Fisher and Reynolds lived side-by-side in the two California properties for more than 15 years before they tragically died within a day of each other in December 2016.

Fisher and Reynolds lived side-by-side in two properties for more than 15 years. Carrie Fisher’s home is the property currently being renovated to create the mega-estate alongside her mother Debbie Reynolds’ home 

Exclusive pictures show construction underway on the roof of the home while work is being done on the grounds and driveway

Exclusive pictures show construction underway on the roof of the home while work is being done on the grounds and driveway

The houses were put up for sale together as one 3.5 acre estate the following year but now Lourd, is renovating the lot, reportedly worth $18 million, to make room for her growing family.

She surprised the world in September when she welcomed her first child, Kingston Fisher Lourd Rydell, with fiancee Austen Rydell.

The details of the renovation work are not yet clear, but it is understood the iconic features of Fisher’s old home – where Lourd grew up – are likely to be preserved.

Fisher's famous aviary and an old water fountain in the original gardens has been protected from the new construction

Fisher’s famous aviary and an old water fountain in the original gardens has been protected from the new construction

The exterior of Fisher's eccentric home, where she lived next door to her mother, Debbie Reynolds

The exterior of Fisher’s eccentric home, where she lived next door to her mother, Debbie Reynolds

Exclusive pictures show construction underway on the roof of the home while work is being done on the grounds and driveway.

She plans to extend and update the properties, combining them more seamlessly. 

Fisher’s famous aviary and an old water fountain in the original gardens has been protected from the new construction. 

Lourd’s childhood home is full of her mother’s mismatched vintage furniture and collectibles, including a huge stained-glass window of Lourd in the living room made for Fisher by a friend in England.

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