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Olivia Newton-John gets home exorcised

Grease star Olivia Newton-John ordered a Catholic priest to perform an exorcism at her Florida home, after a man recently committed suicide on the premises.

The 64-year-old, her husband John Easterling (61) and two friends attended a ceremony with holy water, following an incident in which Christopher Pariseleti, a 41-year-old contractor, shot himself at the house last month.

Olivia, who was not at home when the man took his life, is currently trying to sell the $6.8 million property, and is trying to reassure potential buyers that there are no spirits or bad energy in the house, reports The Sunday Press.

Rosie O’Donnell reportedly pulled out of buying the property, after the news of the death. “Unfortunately, there is a grim notoriety to the house and people are put off by that,” said an Orlando real estate agent.

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