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Kicking Barrymore

Michael Barrymore should be ashamed of his latest appalling behaviour towards the family of the late Stuart Lubbock

The disgraced entertainer and well known roller-around on the floor with a convicted racist baroness that is Michael Barrymore just cannot help himself.

 

This prized pillock and shameless scumbag appeared on Good Morning Britain with his prime apologist Piers Morgan and disgustingly yet again talked ‘Barry Bull’ about who murdered Stuart Lubbock on 31st March 2001 at his then home, 4 Beaumont Park Drive, Roydon, Essex.

 

Cowardly cretin Barrymore, accompanied by a toady solicitor, told Morgan and others assembled:

 

“I’ve got nothing to hide. I’ve never had anything to hide. I’ve got every right to be employed. I’ve got every right to go out and to be employed and work in the business I’ve worked in without… being kicked in the teeth just because I’m back on the telly… I can’t live my life. I can’t get on with my life.”

 

“Why should I hide or keep anything and put myself through this pain and agony every time that this comes up? How many times am I supposed to be kicked? How many times am I supposed to take it?”

 

He then pathetically bleated: “I’m not looking for sympathy.”

 

In response, we say: Michael Barrymore (born Michael Parker): You and your guests Kelly Campbell, James Futters, Claire Jones, Jonathan Kenney, Justin Merritt, Kylie Merritt and Simon Shaw need to tell the truth about what happened that fateful night. One of those present killed Stuart Lubbock in cold blood and that person and those covering up for them need to finally face justice.

 

Pictured top: Michael Barrymore with the convicted racist bigot Marie-Claire, Baroness von Alvensleben.

 

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1 comment on “Kicking Barrymore”

  1. This guy just doesn’t get it does he.
    Obviously slowly but surely he’s trying to make a comeback with the help of people like Piers Morgan. If he’s so innocent why does he need a lawyer to accompany him on good morning Britain, is it so he can whisper in his ear, no comment if he gets asked an awkward question? He carries on. “I’ve got nothing to hide, “I’ve never had anything to hide” Well Michael why don’t you come clean and Talk to the police? Give them everything you know about that night. One of your perverted guests killed Stuart Lubbock that night, and at the very very very least you knew about it, and I bet you know the killer, or at least have a very strong suspicion that it is.
    When you say, “I can’t live my life” and ‘Why should I put myself through this pain” Put yourself in Stuart Lubbock, Fathers position, and just for a second imagine the pain he has gone through and is still going through. Imagine if it was your son, you would be screaming from the roof tops for justice.
    Don’t be a coward, come clean and tell the police everything you know, be honest and get in first. You would have already spoken with your guests who were there that night. I can tell you with certainty, one of your guests who were there, will eventually break their silence and get the best deal with a plea bargain.
    Think about that when you go to sleep at night.

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