Demi Moore NOT Selling “Haunted” House After Man Drowned In Pool, Despite Report

Truth rating: 0
Demi Moore Haunted House

By Andrew Shuster |

Demi Moore Haunted House

(Getty Images)

Demi Moore is not selling her Beverly Hills home because it’s now “haunted” after a man tragically drowned last month in her swimming pool, despite a new report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this story. We’re told it’s absolutely untrue.

As Gossip Cop reported, neither Moore nor her three daughters Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah were home when a 21-year-old man, identified as Edenilson Steven Valle, accidentally slipped and fell into their pool. Valle didn’t know how to swim, and no one was around to help him at the time of the accident. The incident reportedly occurred when Moore’s assistant had some friends over for a small pool party.

Now, OK! is shamelessly using the tragedy to create a preposterous story about Moore selling the five-bedroom, six-bath home, which she’s lived in since 2003. Under the headline “Demi Ditching Haunted House,” the tabloid quotes a so-called “source” as saying one of the reasons behind the move is that her daughters “especially loved throwing pool parties.”

The OK! story is just horrendous on so many levels. First, it’s using a terrible accident to manufacture an entirely false story about Moore believing her house is “haunted” and now wanting to sell it. Additionally, it’s also a total lie. Moore’s rep exclusively tells Gossip Cop the tabloid’s macabre tale is “completely fabricated and totally untrue.”

Share The Facts

Demi Moore is selling her haunted house after a man drowned in the pool.


  1. Gossip Cop
  2. Mediaite
  3. LawNewz
  4. The Mary Sue