Kim Kardashian visits botox clinic just days after as she was forced to evacuate her home as wildfires threatened to engulf it
Kim Kardashian was seen leaving Epione Skin Clinic in Beverly Hills with her friend Larsa Pippen over the weekend
As the wildfire took over many parts of Southern California on Thursday night, the areas on the radar of the flames were soon evacuated. Many prominent stars including the Kardashian-West who live in the area have been deeply impacted by the fire. Kim Kardashian, who fled her property on Thursday night with family, took to social media to announce that she was safe and showed her gratitude towards the firefighters. Kim later updated her followers by tweeting that the flames had hit her house but the situation was contained.
Kim, who had posted pictures of her being worried about the fire, was seen leaving Epione Skin Clinic in Beverly Hills on the weekend with her friend Larsa Pippen, reported Daily Mail. Kim tried to go incognito in a black hoodie which covered most of her face but was anyway discovered by the paparazzi while making a phone call outside the clinic. Pippen was also seen along with Kim making a call using her headphones. Epione offers Botox, fillers, laser and other treatments at the VIP clinic.
Kim decided to treat herself after visiting the San Quentin jail following an impromptu evacuation. The mother of three has been campaigning for a death row inmate to be released, reported TMZ. Kevin Cooper, who is on the death row, is currently in San Quentin Jail but it is unclear whether Kim met with him during the visit to the jail. According to TMZ's sources, she was on the prison ground meeting the staff and inmates.
Cooper has been convicted for the murders of four people, including two children. He has been on the death row for 33 years and will be given the lethal injection. Kim had appealed to the Governor of California Jerry Brown to allow the retesting of the prisoner's DNA as she retweeted an article from New York Times titled 'Justice Delayed, With a Life on the Line', which argues that Cooper might have been framed for the crime.
"Governor Brown, please add Kevin Cooper to your legacy of smart, fair and thoughtful criminal justice reforms," reported Daily Mail.