Socialite Paris Hilton was spotted sunbathing and frolicking on Maui’s beach with her husband Carter Reum and their son on Saturday, despite the raging wildfires currently raging on the island.
The 42-year-old Hilton was reportedly staying at a resort in Wailea, just 30 miles from the city of Lahaina, where the wildfire is raging.
According to photos, the hotel heiress wears a light blue throw bag and a shell bag while holding her eight-month-old son, Phoenix obtained from the Daily Mail.
Venture capitalist Reum, 42, was caught snogging his wife shirtless and in pink swimming trunks.
A source close to Hilton told the news outlet that she and her family were also there to help residents deal with the ongoing inferno.
“She absolutely helped. Maui has always held a special place in her heart,” the source shared. “She has been collecting supplies and taking them to shelters and to those who need them. It has already done so and will continue to do so.”
The Post reached out to Hilton for comment.
On Wednesday the The Hawaii Tourism Authority pleaded with tourists to leave the island after it was confirmed that 96 people had died due to the rapidly spreading fire.
“Visitors on non-essential travel are asked to leave Maui, and non-essential travel to Maui is strongly discouraged at this time,” the agency wrote. “In the coming days and weeks, our combined resources and attention must be focused on the recovery of residents and communities who have been forced to evacuate their homes and businesses.”
Aquaman star and Honolulun native Jason Momoa implored non-locals on the island to flee the popular vacation destination.
“Maui is not the place to vacation right now,” he wrote on Instagram. “DO NOT TRAVEL TO MAUI,” the Aquaman star posted on Instagram.
“Don’t convince yourself that your presence on an island that is suffering so badly is necessary,” he continued, calling for it Donate and travelers to cancel their planned trips.
“Mahalo to all who have donated and shown aloha to the community during this time of need.
Hilton isn’t the only celebrity venturing onto the embattled island.
Media mogul Oprah Winfrey – who owns several properties on the island – was spotted handing out supplies and speaking to residents at Wailuku’s War Memorial Stadium, which has been converted into a housing facility for those displaced by the blaze.
“It’s a bit overwhelming, you know” Winfrey, 69, told the BBC in an emotional video. “But I’m really happy that so many people are supporting me, and people just bring what they can and do what they can.”
The wildfires have devastated Maui, killing nearly 100 people and making it the deadliest wildfire in the US in more than 100 years.