PALM BEACH IS NOT A DEAD PLACE FOR HOLLYWOOD ACTOR IDRIS VELIU 

Actor Idris Veliu, star of The Dead Place recently took a vacation to Palm Beach, Florida. We hear it was to film his recently announced Calagone campaign for Particle for Men and to spend time with his Manager Craig Rogalski, the founder of CK Talent Management. Rogalski resides in the Palm Beach area. We hear he and his group stayed at the high-end Hilton Hotel in Palm Beach. Security was heightened due to his stay there and was coordinated personally by Hilton’s Sr. Director of Security for the America’s.

We hear from a source that the tight security was due to the fact that he was filming at the hotel while staying there. Since security at the Hilton was tighter than usual, the paparazzi that were covering the hotel for the New Year’s week were kept at bay, so it was hard to get near. So pictures of him on site were hard to get. However a source at the hotel did confirm there was filming going on there and that the group had few suites reserved at the hotel. Though he was spotted by several guests who knew who he was and snapped several photos of him inside as well as him coming and going from the hotel.

 VELIU COMING AND GOING FROM HIS HOTEL IN PALM BEACH
VELIU SHOPPING ON THE FAMOUS WORTH AVENUE IN PALM BEACH

The group, which included his manager, did some shopping on Palm Beach’s most famous street Worth Ave. They were seen going into Ralph Lauren, Gucci, Saks Fifth Ave and Tiffany and Co.as well as other stores on the high-end avenue where some of the world’s wealthiest and famouse people shop while visiting Palm Beach.  

VELIU COMING AND GOING FROM THE PALM BEACH MARINA DURING HIS VISIT TO PALM BEACH

Earlier that day he was spotted  in a private marina in Palm Beach, hanging out, taking pictures on the dock and relaxing on a yacht that was docked there. We heard from a source at the Yacht marina that it was his manager’s Yacht, Veliu was seen going in and out of and resting on with his family. 

Later that day he was again seen entering the Restoration Hardware (RH) building in Palm Beach. A source at the location told us he enjoyed a business lunch at the restaurant with his family and his manager. The group dined on shrimp cocktails, the order also included several of RH’s famous hamburgers and fries. The source further told us there were several patrons that were taking their camera’s out and sneakily taking pictures of  Veliu and the group. Veliu became more recognizable when his ad’s for Particle for Men started running in the European Markets as well as his UK sitcom started airing on BBC and his TV show Power started airing on other European and Middle Eastern Networks. 

A PATRON  TOOK THIS CANDID SHOT OF VELIU AND HIS GROUP ENTERING THE RESTAURANT AT THE PALM BEACH RESTORATION HARDWARE

               

Veliu was again spotted on New Year’s Eve in Delray Beach at the Seagate Hotel. Where the group rang in the new year at the hotel’s exclusive new years party.  We hear that the group chose this event to attend since it was close to Rogalski’s residence. 

While the group was sitting out on the patio at the Seagate, a car drove by with a group of girl fans and shouted out their car window at Veliu, according to those patrons sitting near the group. There were several celebrities at the hotel party including Kevin James (Paul Blart: Mall Cop) who has an expansive beachfront home there for $28 million, which is within walking distance of the hotel. 

Several celebrities have homes in the immediate area where the Rogalski’s live, including P. Diddy, Mark Zuckerberg, Tiger Woods, Venus and Serena Williams, Michael Jordon, Howard Stern, Vanilla Ice, Tony Robbins, Jimmy Buffet, Joe Namath, Rashad Evans, Coco Gauff, Ariana Grande and Rod Stewart. The group retired for the evening to Rogalski’s house shortly after ringing in the new year.  You can follow him @idris_veliu on instagram. 

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