Someone might have intentionally lit a fire in the West Hollywood condo of "Twilight" actress Ashley Greene, officials said on Saturday.
Greene's condo at 1424 N. Crescent Heights Blvd., near Sunset Boulevard, caught fire Friday morning. Firefighters extinguished the flames in about 20 minutes, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
While the fire agency could not say that the condo at the Granville Towers belonged to the "Twilight" actress, a source confirmed to E! News that it is Greene's place.
The fire department spokesman confirmed that three people complained of injuries and were treated on the scene.
The individuals were told that they should go to the hospital, but chose not to.
There were two dogs inside when the fire occurred; however, the status of the dogs' health cuold not be confirmed.
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In photos from inside Greene's third-story condo, smoke damage can be seen covering the walls while debris is scattered around the floors.
There's also smoke damage on the outside of the building where smoke escaped from the windows.
It was unknown whether the 26-year-old star (pictured to the right) was home during the incident.
Over the years, a variety of celebrities have lived in the building, known as the Granville Towers, including Marilyn Monroe, Rock Hudson, Mickey Rourke and Portia de Rossi.