George Michael’s boyfriend Fadi Fawaz reveals legal battle
George Michael’s boyfriend, Fadi Fawaz, has revealed a new legal battle.
Fawaz found his beloved boyfriend of seven years dead on Christmas Day 2016.
Since the death he has become embroiled in a string of alleged controversies.
According to reports, he was not invited to the wake of his late partner, while Kenny Goss, the Wham! star’s other ex boyfriend, was.
It has also been alleged the family are trying to oust him from inheritance and trying to force him out of the London home he shared with the performer.
Now Fawaz has broken his silence online.
The fine art photographer wrote, “Court it is.” in a cryptic post to Twitter.
Rushing to support the art dealer, one fan wrote: “Oh no!
“You shouldn’t be dealing with this s*** as well as grieving.”
“? Court it is,” another follower replied.
Another wrote: “My heart feels for you with everything your going through why cant you be just left alone to grieve. [sic]”
It is unclear what the legal statement refers to, but it’s thought it could be in relation to The Sun newspaper.
It comes after he marked the first birthday without his other half.
The Lebanon-born model and photographer posted a heartbreaking update as he celebrated the day.
Reflecting on his birthday shared with Michael in 2012, he shared a post by the star.
George Michael wrote: “Morning everyone, today is a special day in my part of the world…..my better half’s birthday!”
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In a heart-wrenching caption alongside the image of the tweet, Fawaz wrote that he still loved the singer, tweeting: “My best birthday gift I ever received . I love you George.”
My best birthday gift I ever received . I love you George. pic.twitter.com/9VWlTiqEaf
— Fadi Fawaz (@fadifawaz) May 24, 2017
“Fadi will be so sad as he loves the Regent’s Park house and it holds so many fond memories spent there with George”, a source told The Sun on Sunday.
“But although the news is devastating he won’t want to make any issue of it with George’s family if that’s what they decide to do.”
Although Mr Fawaz was allowed to the funeral – after claims he would not be – he did not attend the wake.
The singer’s childhood friend, Andros Georgiou, claimed the Michael family “hate him” and he “was not really his boyfriend”.