As he plays ‘Strike It Lucky’ on Instagram during the coronavirus lockdown, we ask: “Is there nothing that Michael Barrymore won’t do to seek a return to fame?”
Michael Barrymore is a coward and a scumbag. That is a fact. He has failed to face Terry Lubbock – the father of an innocent young man murdered in 2001 in his swimming pool by one of seven other people present that fateful night – on television, yet he happily took £60,000 to lackadaisically chit-chat to Piers Morgan about this most serious matter in a totally disgraceful fashion.
Self-absorbed Barrymore, who recently took to Instagram to claim Channel 4 were “parasites” for daring to air Barrymore: The Body in the Pool – a carefully researched documentary about the case of the death of Stuart Lubbock – yesterday again illustrated his vanity by returning to the medium to attempt to revive his deservedly failed career.
In two posts and a live feed, the disgraced former entertainer – best known for rolling around on the floor smashed off his skull with the convicted bigot Marie-Claire, Baroness von Alvensleben – played ‘Strike It Lucky’ with his 19,500 followers. He used the hashtag #stayathome and shamelessly posed smiling as if nothing at all was wrong.
We once again say: A pox on your house Michael Barrymore for not coming clean about what you know about the events at 4 Beaumont Park Drive in Roydon, Harlow on 31st March 2001. Now, Mr Barrymore, finally do the decent thing: Stop playing silly games and start telling the truth.
To watch ‘Barrymore: The Body in the Pool,’ click here.
A list of people present on the 31st March 2001 who are still alive – It’s time the lot of them told the truth
Michael Barrymore (born Michael Parker).
James Futters (sometimes incorrectly spelt ‘Futers’).
Some of Michael Barrymore’s ludicrously telling remarks about the murder that occurred at his home
Admitting he partook in ‘sex orgies’ on other occasions – “There was no orgy I was aware of… Some of the papers wrote ‘sex orgy’ … There was no sex orgy. I don’t know what to say. There was no sex orgy that night.”
The word ‘another’ is most important – “I just hope they [the public] understand it was another night that went terribly wrong.”
Excusing himself – “It isn’t what happens in life, it’s how you deal with it.”
Just another day in the life of the not so often speechless Michael Barrymore – “I looked down at effectively the deep end and Stuart was there… It was like some really bad film, some unhappy ending. It was my house, my party, I don’t know what to say.”