Man found dead inside Olivia Newton-John's home

Presenter Olivia Newton-John speaks onstage during the 2013 G'Day USA Los Angeles Black Tie Gala at JW Marriott Los Angeles 12 January 2013 Newton-John owns the property along with her husband

A man has been found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound inside singer Olivia Newton-John's home in Florida, local media report.

Ms Newton-John's family was not at home at the time of the shooting and the man was not a family member, police said.

The Palm Beach Post reported construction was being done on the home near Palm Beach and a worker could be seen crying.

Police were investigating, although they said it appeared to be a suicide.

The property in Jupiter Inlet Colony is owned by Ms Newton-John and her husband, according to public records.

The Australian actress and singer's hits include You're The One That I Want from the 1978 movie Grease and 1980s hit Physical.

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