George Michael’s boyfriend Fadi Fawaz ‘claims he took photo of singer’s corpse’ after finding his dead body at mansion – The Sun

GEORGE Michael's boyfriend Fadi Fawaz claimed he took pictures of the singer's dead body, according to reports.

The 46-year-old allegedly said he discovered George "cold and blue" at his Oxfordshire mansion on Christmas day in 2016.

He has now admitted taking photos of the Wham! star's body in a now-deleted video clip, the Daily Star reports.

Fadi is claimed to have said: "I took pictures of him when he was dead."

The hair stylist also reportedly said he feared people were "out to get him" over the images.

His alleged confession was made in a video posted to his official Facebook page, which was apparently removed after around two hours.

Fadi, 46, made a harrowing 999 call after discovering George, telling the operator: "It’s George Michael. I think he’s dead. He’s dead. I’ve been trying to wake him up for the last hour but it was not possible.

"He’s gone. He’s blue. He’s stiff He’s gone."


Australian-born Fadi first met George in 2009 and they became lovers after the singer's split from Kenny Goss.

In recent months troubled Fadi's behaviour has become increasingly erratic.

In September, he called his former lover a "f***ed up icon" and a "crack head" in a bizarre Facebook rant.

And last summer, he was booted out the singer's £5million pad – and was arrested after smashing up the plush property near London's Regent's Park.

Fadi was also left out of the Careless Whispers singer's £97.6million will and was banned from his funeral.

Instead, Michael left most of his fortune to his sisters Melanie and Yioda, with additional bequests to his father Kyriacos, and to charities and friends.

Tragically, Melanie Panayiotou, 55, was found dead on Christmas Day — exactly three years after her brother's death.

Singer-songwriter George sold more than 80 million albums worldwide in his career making him one of the best-selling artists ever.

At an inquest, a coroner ruled he'd died from natural causes brought on by heart and liver problems.

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