Suspicious Package Sent to Rush Limbaugh's Home

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Rush Limbaugh's Florida residence received a suspicious package late this afternoon prompting a call to the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office bomb squad, who swept through the radio host's home, ET has learned.
The contents of the package turned out to be harmless: a plaque depicting John Wilkes Booth assassinating President Lincoln.
According to a spokesperson for the Palm Beach Police, the sender, who resides in Western Pennsylvania, was offering Limbaugh "a business opportunity" and "didn't mean to cause a problem."
The spokesperson went on to reveal that Rush Limbaugh was not at home at the time and that the 911 call was placed by the estate manager. It is still unclear what initially made the package appear suspicious.