AceShowbiz - Kelsey Grammer's representative has responded to the actor's ex-wife Camille Donatacci's claim that he didn't reach out to her after her house was destroyed by the Malibu wildfires.
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star was asked during an appearance on "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen" on Tuesday night (July 09) whether Kelsey contacted her after the Woolsey fire ravaged her $3.2 million home last November.
"Did Kelsey ever reach out to you after your house burned down?" the caller asked. Camille answered, "No. No. Not at all."
A clearly shocked Andy Cohen then asked Camille, "For real?", to which she replied, "For real, nothing."
However, a representative for the 64-year-old "Frasier" star told People that the actor had, in fact, reached out to the former couple's daughter Mason, 17, at the time.
"Kelsey does not comment on remarks made by his former wife," the statement read. "You should be aware that he did speak with Mason at the time. Jude was living with Kelsey."
Kelsey and Camille, who divorced in 2011, share Mason and 14-year-old son Jude together.
Following the Malibu wildfires, which destroyed countless properties in California, Camille moved to a "beautiful trailer home" overlooking the coast.