The 42-year-old contractor who committed suicide at singer Olivia Newton-John‘s mansion in Jupiter Inlet Colony was identified by police as Christopher Pariseleti, the owner of the high-profile custom-home builder Pariseleti Construction.
According to county records, Pariseleti handled the multi-million dollar renovation of the house at 104 Lighthouse Drive that Grease star Newton-John and her husband, medicinal herbs dealer John Easterling, bought in 2009.
The job lasted for more than a year, according to records, and Easterling even signed over a power-of-attorney to Pariseleti during construction.
Pariseleti was married and had two children.
Jupiter Police spokesman Scott Pascarella said Pariseleti brought the handgun he used to the scene himself.
“Based on preliminary information, we believe the gun did not belong to anyone in the house,” Pascarella said.
Newton-John and Easterling are traveling and were not at the house at the time of the shooting. They’re due back this week.