As Michael Barrymore is deservedly dragged in for questioning again, it is time that this friend of the late paedo Sir Jimmy Savile explained what REALLY went on when Stuart Lubbock was murdered at his then home in 2001
It’s been 20 years since Stuart Lubbock was murdered in the most gruesome fashion at the home of Michael Barrymore (born Michael Parker), but now, finally, last week the deservedly disgraced entertainer has again been dragged in for questioning by Essex Police.
Revealed last night by The Sun just after the victim’s terminally ill father, Terry Lubbock, tragically shared that he has just days to live, Barrymore’s return for another quizzing comes as the 50-year-old previously arrested in Cheshire in connection with the unsolved case remains a subject of interest.
Speaking of the interrogation of his one-time client, Barrymore’s former agent, Mike Browne, continued the ‘wall of silence’ that went up the morning after the murder and remarked:
“The police asked us if we had anything new that might have come to mind in the last 20 years but we don’t. We both just want this to be resolved for everyone’s sake.”
“Terry is still positive we will get justice. The police have good evidence. I think things are going to go further.”
Pictured top: Michael Barrymore outrageously pretending to be Adolf Hitler whilst shamelessly trying to revive his career whilst in the ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ house in January 2006; father of murder victim at Barrymore’s Essex bungalow Terry Lubbock with a plaque reading: “Michael Barrymore – Career Ended: 31.03.2001, Stuart Lubbock, Murdered, Roydon.”
A graduate of the London School of Economics, Matthew Steeples is a writer and marketing consultant. He conceived The Steeple Times as a media arena to fill the void between the Mail Online, The Huffington Post and such organs as the New York Social Diary in 2012.