As California battles a series of devastating storms, thousands of residents in various towns are facing evacuation orders.
Amidst this chaos, a video clip allegedly posted by actor Kevin Costner has surfaced, revealing Meghan Markle’s audacious behavior during a rescue attempt at a lakeside in Montecito.
While her life was in danger, the Duchess of Sussex demanded a personal helicopter, showcasing her regal arrogance.
However, the truth behind the incident is yet to be fully revealed.
Montecito, the hometown of Meghan and Prince Harry, has been severely affected by the storms, forcing Hollywood stars and local residents, including Ellen DeGeneres and Oprah, to evacuate their homes.
Flash floods and mudslides have prompted authorities to issue a full evacuation order, ensuring the safety of the community.
At the time of the evacuation, Prince Harry was reportedly filming a late-night talk show interview in New York.
The situation in Montecito worsened as the relentless storms continued to wreak havoc, leading to a complete evacuation order for the locals on Monday night.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s $25 million home is situated in the southeastern part of Santa Barbara County, where heavy precipitation persisted throughout the night.
While Prince Harry was engaged in promotional activities for his new book, Spare, it is believed that Meghan chose to remain at their California residence with their children, Archie III and Lilibet.
During the rescue operation, Meghan was seen shouting at the rescuers, insisting on a personal helicopter due to concerns about potential landslides if she were to travel by car.
However, her request was promptly denied, leaving her stranded.
This incident shed light on Meghan’s entitled behavior even in times of crisis.
Furthermore, Ellen DeGeneres shared a glimpse of the dangerous conditions caused by the heavy rains in Montecito.
In a video posted on Twitter, the former talk show host stood near a bank, showcasing the raging water behind her.
DeGeneres revealed that the creek, situated close to her house, had never flowed before but had now swelled due to the recent storm.
The footage captured the power and force of the water, highlighting the severity of the situation.
Meanwhile, Kevin Costner, who was unable to attend the Golden Globe Awards due to the storms, expressed his regret in a Twitter video.
Costner and his wife, Christine Baumgartner, had to evacuate their home in Santa Barbara, as the freeway flooded for the second time in five years.
Stranded on the wrong side of town, they were unable to make it to the ceremony.
Costner apologized to fans and expressed his disappointment at missing the event, especially since Christine had prepared a beautiful dress for the occasion.
As the storms continue to wreak havoc in California, the true extent of the damage and the consequences faced by residents are yet to be fully understood.
The incident involving Meghan Markle’s demands for a personal helicopter during a rescue operation has exposed a side of her character that contradicts her public image.
The repercussions of her actions, as well as the response from the community and the royal family, remain to be seen.
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