The police are still investigating the mysterious and untimely death of Wham! singer, George Michael at his own home on Christmas.
The detectives have spent the last few days looking at the number plates of all the cars arriving or parked around the artist’s residence in the days prior to his passing and are trying to find the owners.
Although insiders claimed the singer was usually isolated in his home and didn’t socialize much, in the days prior to his death he got many visitors.
A police source stated: “Officers are stepping up the investigation into the days leading up to George’s death and focusing on those who came and went to see George.”
“They may have vital information which could be of use.”
“There are still vehicles that were near the property which the police are trying to trace the owners of.”
“The police will take as long as they need to. The aim for them is to get an accurate picture as possible of George’s final days.”
However, a family member said: “I’m worried that because everything is taking so long that it’s going to be bad news. We’re now fearing the worst.”
“We just want to know what happened. Why was he on his own? Why did his boyfriend sleep in his car when George has a big house? It’s all very strange.”
“We’re being kept in the dark. We’re still waiting to hear about the funeral. We just want answers and to lay him to rest.”
The autopsy results came back inconclusive. Now, the detectives working on the case are waiting for a toxicology report to see if the singer really did suffer a drug overdose as some insiders claim.
Last week, a picture was leaked on the internet, proving that the star had at least ten visitors in the days leading to his death. Aside from his boyfriend, friends and staff came by his residence.
One of his former lovers, Carlos Ortiz fears that the singer may have committed suicide. “I had an intuitive feeling about it last year.
“And it seems very coincidental to me that he was found dead on Christmas Day because he told me he hated Christmas as there were never any children around.”
“For me it is sadly a possibility he may have overdosed.”
“George’s death knocked me sideways, although it didn’t surprise me.”
“I found him a lovely down-to-earth man, but also a very melancholic person who I feared might one day take his own life.”
“He told me he was addicted to anti-depressant medicine and trying to wean himself off it and confessed he was unhappy.”
“We talked about his superstar status and I told him I thought that with his fame and talent and money he had all he needed to be happy.”
“But when he started talking about the anti-depressants he took I asked him outright if he was happy in life and he replied, ‘No, I’m not.’”