Nicole Kidman, Keith Urban NOT Buying House “Haunted” By Michael Jackson, Despite Report

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By Andrew Shuster |

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Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban are not buying a New York City townhouse that’s rumored to be “haunted” by the ghost of Michael Jackson, despite a bogus tabloid report. Gossip Cop looked into the situation and we’ve exclusively learned the truth.

As Gossip Cop reported, several outlets wrongly reported last month that Kidman and Urban were purchasing a $39 million mansion that once belonged to the late king of pop. However, the agent representing the property told us the couple wasn’t in negotiations for the house. Shortly after we debunked the story, Urban himself tweeted, “Not sure of how these ridiculous rumors start, but I’m hearing that I bought an apartment for Nic in NYC? TOTAL BS. Where does this stuff come from?!!!”

Unfortunately, the National Enquirer is ignoring the facts and continuing to spread the false narrative about the actress and country singer buying the property, but now with a ghostly twist. A so-called “source” tells the magazine, “The place is Michael’s old mansion and there’s a lot of talk he’s still there, if you know what I mean… Just eerie stuff.”

The outlet’s questionable insider goes on to contend that residents who’ve lived in the Upper East Side townhouse following Jackson’s death have experienced scraping noises, flickering lights, random temperature swings and more creepy incidents. “Michael was a troubled man, and troubled people sometimes wear out their welcome in the homes they occupied,” adds the supposed source.

But whether or not Jackson’s ghost actually roams his former townhouse, Kidman and Urban won’t have to deal with any possible hauntings. Once again, the couple isn’t in the market for the property. Oddly enough, this isn’t the first time we’ve had to call out the Enquirer for publishing a tall tale surrounding the late musician’s spirit. We previously busted the magazine for falsely claiming Lindsay Lohan believed Jackson was sending her advice from the afterlife. This latest article is similarly fabricated.

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