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SINATRA SINGING THE BLUES OVER MEDIA SIEGE AT HOME

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Frank Sinatra says he's feeling OK - but he'd be even better if the media would stop staking out his house.

Sinatra, recuperating at his Beverly Hills, Calif., home after an eight-day hospital stay, called off the cameras and reporters camped outside his estate."My doctor recommended that I go home - and I suggest the same thing for the cameras camped out at the end of my driveway. Besides, Mike Tyson needed my room," Sinatra said, joking about the boxer who lost his heavyweight championship Saturday night to Evander Holyfield.

"Seriously, though, I'm feeling better and thank everyone for their concern. It's great to be home," he said in a statement.

Sinatra, 80, walked into Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Nov. 1 for treatment of a painful pinched nerve, according to the hospital and his spokeswoman. Rumors quickly began circulating that he was seriously ill.

But Sinatra directed his people to remain mum on his condition.