California cops raced to “Star Wars” actress Billie Lourd’s Los Angeles home after shots were fired by an irate construction worker, according to a report Thursday.
LAPD sources told TMZ that officers were called to the Beverly Hills properties where Lourd is combining the homes of her late mother and grandmother — screen legends Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds — into an $18 million mega-estate.
After being let go from the job, an unidentified construction worker pulled out a rifle, aimed it at another worker, and then fired at least one shot into the ground, the outlet said.
No one was injured and new mom Lourd, 28, was not at home at the time, TMZ said, without giving a time or date for the alleged shooting.
Police were still on the hunt for the alleged gunman, who fled and was not immediately arrested, the outlet said.
Fisher and Reynolds had lived side-by-side for more than 15 years before they died within a day of each other in December 2016.
“Booksmart” actress Lourd — who welcomed her first child in September — is now combining both properties, which TMZ said will make a 3.5-acre mega-estate worth at least $18 million.
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