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George Michael’s Childhood Friend Slams Fadi Fawaz

George Michael’s Childhood Friend Slams Fadi Fawaz
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Nearly one month after his death, George Michael’s childhood friend Andros Georgiou is calling out George's boyfriend, who recently revealed he was sleeping in his car the night before the singer’s passing!

In a Facebook post, Georgiou wrote, "They never lived together. [Fadi] lived at one of Yogs’ [a family nickname for George] in Regent Park. And even if they were, WHY were they not together on Christmas Eve? and WHY did he sleep in the car? … Too many questions have come up.”

“Every day I get more angry at the lies I am reading. I pray that this nobody doesn’t earn a penny from Yog’s death — any money he is offered for his so-called story should go straight to one of Yog’s charities which now you all know how many,” Georgiou continued about the hairdresser.

As for George, Andros revealed, "He never took any credit — he was in every word the peoples’ hero, apart from being the one of biggest talents this country has ever produced. A true gentleman that lost his way. If only there were not so many YES people around him, he would be alive today.”

Andros also addressed rumors that George committed suicide, saying, “One thing is for sure, this was not an act of suicide. If I was around this would never [have] happened and I have to live with that the rest of my life.… I have to pray that the police come to the conclusion I have and justice will be served.”

Last month, Fadi claimed he was hacked after tweets were posted on his Twitter saying George had previously tried to kill himself.

Andros later told the BBC’s "Victoria Derbyshire" show, “I think it was an accident. Hard drugs had been back in his life.”

“I just think that he took too much of something, mixed with the anti-depressants and the other drugs he was on, with alcohol. I think his heart just stopped beating. You know, if you take — if you’re on Xanax, for instance, or temazepam, your heart slows down anyway," he explained.

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