BREAKING — Suicide at Olivia Newton-John’s House Being Investigated!

Olivia Newton-John and John Easterling at LAX in July 2013

Actress Olivia Newton-John and hubby John Easterling at LAX in July 2013 (Splash News photo)

flag-breaking-newsThe Jupiter Inlet Colony home owned by singer Olivia Newton-John and her husband John Easterling has been teeming with cops since about noon today!

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

The victim was not identified by Jupiter Police Spokesman Sgt. Scott Pascarella. But Pascarella said the victim, 42, does not reside at the house and is not a family member.

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Easterling, who collects and sells rare medicinal herbs from far flung places in the Amazon area of South America, is not answering his cell phone.

We reported exclusively last week that the star of Grease‘s house was for sale and under contract by TV talker Rosie O’Donnell. Our real estate informants said the contract was to be signed later this month after a round of inspections.

UPDATE — Rosie calls suicide at her new house “a terrible tragedy”

Several contractors have been spotted on the property as it’s being prepped for O’Donnell.

Olivia Newton-John's house in Jupiter Inlet Colony

Rosie O’Donnell is the proud new owner of Olivia Newton-John’s house in Jupiter Inlet Colony (Splash News photo)

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  1. JOEL GOODMAN says

    A DEAD GUY WILL BE AN IMPROVEMENT OVER ROSIE AND HER BUTCH. I HEAR THE NEIGHBORS WOULD PREFER THE HOUSE BE TORCHED TO HAVING TWO DYKES AS NEIGHBORS.

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