Sue Homan quite deservedly “slams” decidely deviant disgrace Michael Barrymore for not helping secure justice for her murdered ex-husband Stuart Lubbock
Whilst late last month we reported that Michael Barrymore had been dragged in for further questioning about the 2001 rape and murder of Stuart Lubbock at his Roydon, Essex bungalow, his former agent, Mike Browne, heartlessly batted off questions by cretinously commenting: “The police seem convinced with the evidence they have found but I’ve no idea what it is. They seem sure but I can’t see how it can end in charges after so long.”
Responding to the wicked wall-of-silence from Barrymore and the other 7 still-living guests supposedly present that night – one of whom is presumably the 50-year-old recently arrested in connection with the appallingly sick slaying – yesterday, Stuart Lubbock’s ex-wife, Sue Homan, told The Sun:
“It would have really helped our campaign to have someone with [Michael Barrymore’s] fame supporting us.”
“Barrymore could have reached out to Stuart’s grieving family more to help them get justice.”
Previously, on the 5th May, Homan shared another article from The Sun and tweeted:
“So, after reading this. I’m assuming @mrbarrymore will be getting in touch soon, so we can both work on getting #Justice4Stuart Yes? No? Thoughts below pls. Michael Barrymore hopes for justice over death of Stuart Lubbock in his swimming pool 20 years ago.”
Responding to the tweet, another campaigner for #Justice4Stuart, ‘Agent 007’ answered:
“He’s only ‘hoping’ I’m afraid Sue, I don’t think he’ll go as far as ‘helping.’ He’s spent 20 years trying to make this disappear… I dread to think who’s advising him… Oh, it’s his pound shop solicitor.”
Now, today, we join all calling on Michael Barrymore and the others present that fateful night to finally do the decent thing and join those helping work towards a second inquest. It is time these miraculously quiet individuals finally assisted Essex Police and it is time each and every one of them responds to the police plea advertised as follows:
“Nine people went to the party at Michael Barrymore’s house, but only one of them – Stuart – ended up being violently sexually assaulted and murdered. We know not everyone at the party was responsible for what happened, but someone was. We also know that not everyone at that party may know what happened, but someone does… 19 years – still no justice: Help us get answers for Stuart. Someone knows.”
Pictured top: Michael Barrymore (left) in a decidedly dodgy shirt and Stuart Lubbock and Sue Homan in happier times on their wedding day in July 1993.
Of their marriage, in 2001, Miss Homan told the ‘Daily Mail’ – “He always wanted to settle down and have children. Stuart was devastated when we broke up. We had grown apart and I had grown up. I realised that I was too young to settle down.”
“Stuart was a lovely, lovely man who would do anything for anyone. He worked hard and adored his children. I just cannot believe that he is dead, no one can.”
Well as far as I’m concerned, everybody that was at that party that night, should be arrested and charged with conspiracy to pervert the course of justice. I’m not saying all were responsible for Stuarts death, but most are involved in a cover up. Barrymore has gone out of his way to not assist the police, including trying to remove evidence and cover his tracks etc. Stuarts ex wife is correct, If Barrymore was genuine, and innocent, he would have used his influence in the media, to have pushed this and kept it alive with the public, to get a conviction. I have no doubt Barrymore and his ex lover are guilty of Stuarts death, and also covering it up. I don’t think Stuarts death was intentional, it was just a sick perverted sexual confrontation that went wrong, under the influence of drugs and alcohol. Barrymore would have then panicked, hence the time it took to contact the police, and him leaving the scene not to mention certain items going missing.
The best thing Barrymore and co can do now is, man up, come clean and give Stuarts family some peace of mind.