Australian-born Fadi Fawaz is said to have started dating George Michael (pictured together) in 2009, shortly after the star’s 13-year relationship with his American partner Kenny Goss, who spoke about the marriage, ended.
Fadi Fawaz is said to have started dating George Michael in 2009, shortly after the star’s 13-year relationship with his American partner Kenny Goss, who talked about marriage, ended.
Michael’s relationship with the Australian-born hairdresser and photographer has remained private, and Michael has only publicly announced that he split up with Goss in 2011 – two years after the event.
Pictured with Fawaz for the first time together – walking side by side – in 2015 in Switzerland, when Michael was reported to have checked into the most expensive rehab clinic in the world, Clinic Kusnacht, at a cost of £ 190,000 a month.
But tragically, on Christmas Day 2016, Fawaz finds the singer dead in his home in Goring-on-Thames after trying to wake him up so they can have lunch.
Fawaz said in a statement at the time that he “will never stop losing Michael.”
Fawaz was said to have left scars after the death of another famous close friend, Boyzone star, Stephen Gitley, who died of sudden adult death syndrome in 2009.
After Michael’s death, Mr. Fawaz posted a link to a previously unreleased song by the singer called This Kind Of Love, but was said to have been forced to remove it when Michael’s property attorneys cited intellectual property rights.
Fawaz has been alongside Michael throughout his recent crises.
Fawaz insisted that he was not the owner of the tweets – since they were removed – claiming that the star committed suicide.
An investigation concluded that the singer died of natural causes and had dilated cardiomyopathy, along with myocarditis and fatty liver.
Fawaz later admitted taking pictures of the late singer’s body in his millions-of-pounds palace.
In a video, watch it The Daily StarFawaz reportedly said, “I took pictures of him when he died,” after being discovered by “cold and blue”. It also claims that “people abroad to get it” on the pictures.
The post alleges that Fawaz shared the video on his Facebook page before deleting it two hours later.
Fawaz was excluded from the singer’s £ 97 million will and lived in Michael’s home for three years after his death.
Michael’s relationship with the Australian-born hairdresser and photographer (pictured together) has remained private, and Michael has only publicly announced that he split up with Goss in 2011 – two years after the event
Michael is thought to have left his money and property – including the house in Oxfordshire where he died – to his sister Melanie and Yoda.
In July 2019, police arrested Fawaz after “ standing on the roof ” of the singer’s £ 5 million mansion.
Police and firefighters raced to the property after Fawaz was seen “topless” at the late star’s home in Regent’s Park – just days after he smashed the property’s windows.
He was arrested on suspicion of serious criminal damage and transported in a police car.
Police said the house was “severely” damaged and had to seek the help of firefighters to remove the water leak.
Fawaz is said to have left scars after the death of another celebrity close friend, Boyzone star, Stephen Gitley, who passed away from sudden adult death syndrome in 2009
Then, in September 2019, the Fawaz family rejected claims that he was homeless and depressed in London and claimed he would be “ fine ”.
Fawaz was photographed walking down the street in Covent Garden amidst allegations that he was sleeping in rough conditions after exiting Travelodge for £ 49 a night.
But his relatives in Australia said they had reassured his friends that he was well.
Then, in a series of harassing tweets in October 2019, Fawaz claimed that Michael was infected with HIV and claimed that his late girlfriend had not written his own songs.
He wrote: “George Michael was HIV positive.”
He continued his unfounded claim, saying, “We discovered it in Vienna after his illness.”
Mr. Fawaz, whose biography you read on Twitter simply “I will never stop missing you, xxx” then goes on to say, “He never wrote his own music, but rather paid other people to make music for him and pretend he is. Very talented after all.” .. ‘
The prosecution followed up with a selfie, asserting that his account had not been hacked, and said he was the one sending the tweets.
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