Hurricane Irma In Florida Cares Less If He’s The President, See Other Stars Who Lost Properties To The Hurricane

Hurricane Irma couldn’t mind less whether you’re an A-list, big name, a hero or even the President of the United States. As the most effective tempest at any point recorded in the Atlantic Ocean pushes its way toward the United States, a large number of famous people could see their extravagant homes and properties is shambles.

Johnny Depp, for example, claims a private island in the Bahamas, and it’s straightforwardly in Irma’s way. His 45-section of land private island, Little Hall’s Pond Cay, could be unrecognizable when all is said and done. Let’s see more stars who have property in Irma’s way…


Eddie Murphy

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He owns a small private island in the Bahamas called Rooster Cay. He reportedly paid $15 million for the island in 2007.


Oprah Winfrey

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She owns a vacation home in Jumby Bay, Antigua, which overlooks the Caribbean Sea.

Bruce Willis

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He owns a villa in Parrot Cay in Turks and Caicos.

Richard Branson

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Perhaps the most famous property in Hurricane Irma’s path is Necker Island, which Richard Branson owns. The mogul is reportedly on the 74-acre property — which is part of the British Virgin Islands — and is planning to ride out the storm there.

Christie Brinkley

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She owns a home nicknamed “Lucky House” in Parrot Bay on the Turks and Caicos Islands — it’s just down the beach from Bruce Willis’ property. In 2014, she put the 3,400-square-foot villa on the market for $9 million.

President Donald Trump

Even the President can’t steer clear of Hurricane Irma. He owns a five-acre, 11-bedroom mansion on the French island St. Martin. The property was recently put on the market for $16.9 million.

Slide 7 of 10: Like many others across the nation, celebs spoke out on social media after Donald Trump tweeted a reference to getting rid of DACA, the Barack Obama-era legislation that protects "dreamers," or undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. when they were children. "Imagine if the president could understand that the recipients of DACA ARE the Americans he's been tasked with protecting #saveDACA," Lena Dunham tweeted. Other responses excerpted by USA Today included a post by Gina Rodriguez, who tweeted, "More I stand with Dreamers. #defendDaca," and Susan Sarandon, who shared a Women's March link about the fight to keep the program going. "I stand with #Dreamers who make our country stronger," Susan posted. "Check out the thread below to see how you can defend DACA now." The president has said he wants to end DACA in six months.

Mick Jagger

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His home on the private West Indies island Mustique — which is called Stargroves and is actually available for luxury vacations — doesn’t appear to be directly in Irma’s path but is likely to be affected by the outer bands of the storm. The Rolling Stones rocker also owns Pelican Beach, a smaller property next door to Stargroves.

David Copperfield

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He owns Musha Cay, an island about 85 miles southeast of Nassau in the Bahamas. He reportedly paid $50 million for the property in 2006.

Keith Richards

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He owns a property in Parrot Cay in Turks and Caicos.


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