Fadi Fawaz continues to receive backlash for the death of his lover, George Michael and so, Fawaz has decided to hire a bodyguard to protect him against the angry fans.
According to reports, the 43 year old talked to Karl Warren, the boss of security firm Warlite, who counts Dead or Alive singer Pete Burns among his former clients.
George Michael’s cousin, Andros Georgiou called for answers over how he died after Fawaz found Michael dead in bed.
The bodyguard however, said to Fawaz on Twitter to ignore the scrutiny her gets from a lot of people these days: “Don’t listen to these nasty people.”
According to a source, the pair had been spotted near Fawaz’s home in Regent’s Park, London, and added: “It didn’t seem like they wanted to be seen together.”
Now, the ‘cousin’, who is actually a very good childhood friend of Michael has vowed to “get to the truth” and find out “who gave it to him and why.”
Georgiou said a string of unanswered questions meant the singer’s loved ones could not “move on” because there was a lot about his death that “did not make sense.”
“Who put him back on hard drugs? Because he was not on them,” said the friend.
“He (George) was actually getting better. He had stopped all the hard drugs and was trying to lead a normal life again.”
“I just believe he was dragged back in to the dark side. The people who have dragged him in need to answer for that, as far as I’m concerned.”
“The quicker this is all put to bed, the quicker we can put him to rest and move on. Until that happens, no one can move on.”
“’Right now, we are all raw and the whole family is incredibly upset and there are more and more stories that are completely untrue.”
“It’s a shocking experience and Christmas will never be the same,” he added, referring to the fact that George passed away on Christmas day.
“His song Last Christmas will be played forever. But, now, for us, the fans and the family, we’ll be turning the radio off.”
“I haven’t actually comprehended it yet – I keep thinking he’s going to pop up somewhere – but obviously not. It’s such a shame and may he rest in peace.’”
Georgiou is still in possession of one of Michael’s unreleased albums.
But, when asked whether he would think about allowing the public to hear it, he said that was “not on his mind.”
“I would have to get a producer to finish the record,” he explained.
“And I have more respect than that. I have everything sitting in a vault in the West End somewhere.”
“Right now, the answer is no, but I don’t know what the future will bring.”