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Miley Cyrus Plans to Rebuild Her Malibu Mansion After it Was Burned-Down by The Woolsey Fire

The singer and actress has filed paperwork to begin building a new home.

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Eight months after her Malibu mansion was destroyed in the Woolsey fire, Miley Cyrus has filed paperwork to begin building a new home, RadarOnline.com reported Wednesday.

Radar obtained the permit Cyrus, 26, filed in the city of Malibu on July 2, requesting permission to begin excavating a plot of land where her $2.5 million mansion once stood. The paperwork reflects that Cyrus paid $412.33 for the permit for the excavation and drilling to take place at her former home.

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