Properti Mewah Selebriti Dunia Luluh Lantak Diterjang Badai Irma

Selebriti Dunia Kehilangan Aset Mewahnya di Karibia

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Translator : Novita Cahyadi


Properti Mewah Selebriti Dunia Luluh Lantak Diterjang Badai IrmaInfografis: MailOnline

SAAT Badai Irma yang mematikan terus menerjang melalui Karibia, beberapa rumah mewah selebriti kondang di kawasan tersebut dihantam hingga porak-poranda.

Perumahan Le Château des Palmiers milik Presiden AS Donald Trump diperkirakan rusak parah setelah pulau St. Martin diterjang badai.

Delapan orang dilaporkan tewas setelah St Martin dihantam keras oleh Irma, dan sekitar 95 persen dari kawasan yang dikuasai Prancis itu hancur.

Nasib serupa dari rumah pantai mewah Trump, yang baru-baru ini harganya turun menjadi US$16,9 juta, tidak diketahui persis pastinya namun seorang juru bicara organisasi Trump mengatakan bahwa pihak perusahaan telah memantau situasi tersebut.

Sementara itu, resor wisata Pulau Leans milik Richard Branson, juga rusak berat lantaran badai paling dahsyat dalam sejarah Atlantik menghantam Kepulauan Virgin Inggris.

Anaknya Sam mengatakan 'sebagian besar' bangunan di pulau itu hancur, tapi ayah dan stafnya berhasil bertahan dengan berlindung di gudang anggur.

Kondisi tempat tinggal selebriti lainnya juga dihantam badai - rumah multi juta dolar milik Roman Abramovich di pulau St Barts di Guadeloupe - belum diketahui kondisinya.

Pulau St Barts, bagaimanapun, dihantam oleh Irma saat dihantam badai dan semua listrik padam.

Mick Jagger - yang diyakini memiliki properti mewah di Mustique di St Vincent dan Grenadines - juga tak terhindar dari badai terburuk.

Hal yang sama juga dialami oleh Oprah Winfrey, yang diketahui memiliki rumah di Antigua - pulau kembar Barbuda, yang hampir hancur total seperti dilansir MailOnline.

AS THE deadly Hurricane Irma continues its progress through the Caribbean, some of the plush celebrity homes in the area have been seriously battered.

US President Donald Trump's five-acre Le Château des Palmiers estate is thought to have been heavily damaged after the island of St Martin was struck by the storm. 

Eight people have been reported dead after St Martin took a direct hit from Irma, with 95 per cent of the French side of the island destroyed.  

The exact fate of Trump's beachfront mansion, which recently had its price dropped to $16.9 million, is unknown but a Trump organization spokeswoman said company officials had been monitoring the situation.

Richard Branson's Necker Island tourist resort, meanwhile, sustained massive damage as the most powerful storm in Atlantic history smashed into the British Virgin Islands.

His son Sam said 'most' of the buildings on the island were destroyed, but that his dad and Virgin staff managed to survive by taking shelter in a wine cellar.

The status of the other celebrity abode already hit by the storm - Roman Abramovich's multi-million dollar mansion on the island of St Barts in Guadeloupe - is unknown.

St Barts, however, was rattled by Irma as roofs were ripped off and all electricity was knocked out.

Mick Jagger - who is believed to own property on Mustique in St Vincent and the Grenadines - has dodged the worst of the hurricane.

The same is true of Oprah Winfrey, understood to have a home on Antigua - the island twin of Barbuda, which was almost completely destroyed.