Man found dead at Florida home owned by Olivia Newton John

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(CNN) — A man died of a gunshot wound at a Florida home owned by Olivia Newton John, police said Monday.

John and her husband were not at the property when the shooting happened, according a spokesman with Tequesta Fire and Rescue.

“There was a deceased male found at the scene,” said the spokesman, Peter Allen. “Jupiter police are investigating whether it was a suicide.”

Public records indicate John’s husband, John Easterling, owns the Palm Beach County home and that a sale is pending.