Paula Abdul is apparently going home.

The American Idol judge is moving back into her Sherman Oaks, CA home nearly four months after her alleged stalker Paula Goodspeed died from a successful suicide attempt near the house.

"I can confirm that Paula Abdul has moved back into her home on a permanent basis," Abdul's spokesperson Jeff Ballard told Radar in a Tuesday report.

Goodspeed was found dead in her car near Abdul's house last November. Her car -- which featured the license plate "ABL LV" and had a photo of Abdul hanging from its rear view mirror -- was found a few houses down from Abdul's.

Los Angeles Police subsequently confirmed that Goodspeed had visited Abdul's house on multiple occasions during the past few years and Abdul stated Goodspeed had attempted suicide outside of her house on a previous occasion.

Less than a month after the incident, Abdul put her house on the market and checked into Beverly Hills' Four Seasons Hotel.

"Paula simply feels she has outgrown her house," an Abdul representative told Us Weekly at the time. "And given the recent public disclosure of her address, it seemed time that she move into a gated community."

However a rep for Abdul was unable to confirm if the Idol judge was currently in the market for a new home, according to Radar, which cited dropping property values in her neighborhood as a reason why it might not be the best time to sell.