Kim Kardashian Under Fire for Water Waste in California Drought
Kim Kardashian is one of many celebs who are coming under scrutiny for potentially wasting water on their lawns during an historic drought.
From the air, one can see that a palatial estate has a gorgeous lawn. But, right next door there's nothing but parched dirt, a victim of California's devastating drought. So, who owns the lush property? None other than Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.
Jennifer Lopez's opulent mansion has a beautiful garden. It's a green oasis surrounded by a brown desert.
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And Barbra Streisand's stunning Malibu mansion boasts a sprawling green lawn on a cliff. No evidence of a drought for Miss Streisand!
In ritzy Beverly Hills, you might not even think there was a water emergency. Experts predict that California reservoirs have less than a year's worth of drinking water left, but you wouldn't know it by looking at some celebrity homes.
Jessica Simpson's lawn looks great, but the neighborhood surrounding it is dry as a bone.
Cher's estate looks like she has impressive green grass and well-watered hedges.
As for Barbra Streisand, her spokesperson said, "She had cut down her water usage by over 50% in the last several months."
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And a spokesperson for Kim and Kanye said, "Kim takes this drought seriously and has made some amendments to the property. She has no problem letting her grass go brown."
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