George Michael’s former lover is squatting at his $6.2M mansion and destroying the place: family

Fadi Fawaz has said he broke the windows as part of renovations.

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Jul.July 16, 2019 09:20 AM
George Michael and Fadi Fawaz (Credit: Getty Images)

George Michael and Fadi Fawaz (Credit: Getty Images)

George Michael’s ex- Fadi Fawaz has smashed up the windows of the late singer’s home in London in a supposed attempt to renovate the property.

The 46-year-old has been living in the home, valued at $6.2 million, since finding the singer dead from heart disease in 2016, according to the London Free Press. He has ignored legal letters from Michael’s family and maintains that Michael gave him permission to live in the home before he died.

Fadi has claimed the damage done to the windows was part of a home improvement plan, but a nearby worker said he smashed them in a burst of anger.

Michael’s family is concerned the whole house will end up getting destroyed. [London Free Press] – Eddie Small


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