Demi Moore can no longer call her house a home.
After police confirmed that 21-year-old Edenilson Steven Valle had drowned in the pool at the actress' Beverly Hills home after a night of partying on July 19, friends wondered how the 52-year-old (who was in Paris when the tragedy struck) would react.
An aerial shot of Demi's multi-million dollar home. (Photo Credit: Splash)
"She's in absolute shock," reveals an insider. In fact, Demi plans to put the mansion, which she bought for $3.15 million in 2003, on the market. "She is a spiritual person, and the bad vibes from that place are not something she can live with," says the source.
"The pool and backyard garden meant so much to Demi and her family, and they enjoyed many fun times there over the years. But now she can't imagine ever entertaining there again."
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