Police investigate apparent suicide at Olivia Newton-John’s Florida home

 

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The Jupiter Inlet Colony home owned by singer Olivia Newton-John and her husband John Easterling teemed with police Monday afternoon.

A law enforcement source told Gossip Extra that a suicide victim is believed to be inside the home at 104 Lighthouse Drive. The man is said to have shot himself in the head outside by the pool.

The body has yet to be identified.

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