Suzanne Somers passed away at her home in Palm Springs, California, on October 15, just one day before her 77th birthday. Her publicist, R. Couri Hay, confirmed that the actress died surrounded by her loved ones after a long battle with cancer.
It’s been more than a month since her demise, and the Three’s Company star’s name has again made the headlines as there are speculations that there are plans in place to turn her Palm Springs home into a memorial museum—a piece of news that has become highly concerning to her neighbors.
Sources say Suzanne Somers’ neighbors are worried about the rumors
An insider disclosed to the National Enquirer that the neighbors of the late star have expressed their concerns about converting Somers’ expansive residence into a memorial museum. The source added that the apprehension stems from the anticipated large crowds the development might attract, raising worries about potential disturbances in the neighborhood.
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“They worry about increased traffic, noise, and the impact on property values,” the insiders admitted to the news outlet. “Many residents, while acknowledging her legacy, question whether a memorial is the right fit for their upscale neighborhood.”
There is no plan to turn her Palm Springs home into a museum
Following the alleged rumor and the resulting unrest among local residents, a reliable source close to Somers clarified that there is no intention to make changes to the property that served as the residence for both the actress and her long-time husband, Alan Hamel, before her death.
In a statement provided to RadarOnline.com, the insider emphasized that the speculations are entirely baseless. “This assumption is without foundation,” the source confessed.