George Michael's former boyfriend Fadi Fawaz, who has been squatting at the late singer's London home, reportedly wrecked the place. According to The Sunon Sunday, Fawaz, 45, went into a rage and broke multiple windows and fan lights in the house, which is worth more than $6 million in U.S. dollars.
A workman at a nearby property claimed to the British publication, “There was glass flying everywhere. He went absolutely berserk.”
Another worker alleged, “He just started going crazy and smashing up the place. It was scary.” Fawaz admitted smashing the windows, but contended, “I was renovating. I was changing things around.
“I can ask when it’ll be done and let you know. It’s all right, it is all in hand,” he told a reporter. As RadarOnline.com has previously reported, Fawaz has been squatting at the home. Michael's family is battling to regain control of all his properties and his estimated $150 million fortune.
They plan to force Fawaz to leave the luxurious central London estate. Fawaz has claimed that he and the "Faith" singer were still together when Michael died -- but it's believed they had split up. As Radar has reported, Michael's deathon Christmas Day 2016 at age 53 shocked the world. It was learned that Fawaz had called 911 after he found the singer "cold" and "blue" in his bed in Michael's London home.
Former hairdresser Fawaz, as Radar readers know, was grilled for weeksby authorities over Michael's untimely death, until police finally issued a statement clearing him of foul play. A coroner's report attributed the star's death to natural causes.
A source close to the singer’s family told The Sun about the home battle with Fawaz, “The place is beginning to look like a squat. “The fear is the whole house will end up wrecked.” Michael left nothing for Fawaz in his will. A legal rep for the singer's estate declined to comment.