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Concerns grow for wellbeing of George Michael's grieving boyfriend Fadi Fawaz

Mirror logo Mirror 3/01/2017 Vicki Newman

Friends of George Michael 's boyfriend Fadi Fawaz are growing increasingly concerned for his wellbeing.

The celebrity hairstylist's closest pals fear he isn't coping after finding the star dead in his bed on Christmas Day, according to the Daily Star.

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Since the singer's death, Fadi has revealed he was 'sleeping in his car' the night before he found his body at his home in Goring-on-Thames, Oxfordshire.

He also deleted his social media accounts after a hacker posted a series of shocking messages.

Fadi became distraught over a series of tweets posted to his account claiming the legendary singer committed suicide.

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Shortly after the messages were shared, Fadi claimed he had been hacked and denied sending the tweets to his followers.

A source close to him told the newspaper: "It seems like Fadi is really struggling to cope. His death has obviously hit him very hard.

"At the moment we are all worried about him. We hope he knows he can come to us for help."

Following the shocking tweets from Fadi's account, the 43-year-old exclusively told Mirror Online: "I am shocked with what's going on with the Twitter thing. My Twitter account has been hacked and closed.

"It's a bit scary to be honest. I did not send those tweets. I woke up at 11.30am to the news. I am not going to worry about these things."

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Meanwhile, the Deal Or No Deal contestant that George anonymously donated £9,000 to after she said she needed the money for for IVF, has vowed to name her child after him.

She made the announcement after travelling 400 miles from Westhoughton, Lancashire to his home to pay her respects.

It was only after George’s death that Lynette Gillard, 38, learned the popstar was the anonymous donor who hoped to make her baby dreams come true after watching her appearance on the quiz show where she spoke about struggling to conceive.

Now, she plans to pay tribute to George when she names her child.

"We definitely want to include George's name as a middle name when we have a baby and we'll be playing his music while I'm in labour," said Lynette.

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