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Man Found Dead In Demi Moore's Swimming Pool [UPDATE]

Demi Moore attends a gala event at LACMA (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images for LACMA)
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See update at the bottom.

A young man was found dead in Demi Moore's swimming pool.

The body of a 21-year old man was found at the bottom of the swimming pool at Demi Moore's house early Sunday morning. City New Service says the body was found just before 6:15 a.m. on Moore's property somewhere in West Los Angeles. Authorities have not yet released the identification of the man.

Moore was not home at the time, but a neighbor told TMZ that her daughters have been at the house for weeks and throwing "parties every day, day and night."

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As Gossip Cop points out, Tallulah Willis has Instagrammed several of these pool parties:

Update, 10:50 a.m.: Authorities tell TMZ that the man did not know how to swim and slipped and fell into the pool—foul play is not suspected. Sources say neither Moore or her children threw the party, and that the victim was invited by an "assistant." There was "a limited amount" of alcohol involved in the incident.Update, 3:15 p.m.: City News Service says the coroner's office has identified the victim as Edenilson Steven Valle of Los Angeles. Friends and family confirmed reports that he didn't know how to swim.

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