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George Michael's London Home Was Secretly Used For Raunchy Porn Flicks

Feb. 26 2017, Published 4:14 p.m. ET

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As George Michael's family continues to wait for answers about the singer's mysterious and sudden death, more secrets are surfacing about what was really going on at his London home. RadarOnline.com has learned that raunchy porn flicks were secretly being filmed — without the Wham! singer knowing about it!

According to the Daily Star, a major production company was using Michael's Oxfordshire mansion as a stage to film gay porn.

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"He had so many hangers-on looking after his homes that somehow word got out they were empty," a source told the publication.

"Unbelievably, a well-known gay porn company got hold of the keys twice and went in with a full crew — actors flown from America, lighting, sound engineers — the lot."

The insider went on, "George would have been furious if he'd known what his house was being used for while he was away."

The report claims that at least two films were produced inside the late star's home — even on his bed! The first flick was in 2011, while the second took place a year later in 2012. Both times the "Careless Whisper" was either on tour or taking a vacation with boyfriend Fadi Fawaz.

According to reports, the production company ripped the movies from their shelves as soon as Michael died on Christmas Day to avoid getting roped into a scandal.

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The mystery behind who had access to Michael's house may only complicate police's investigation about the singer's death.

As Radar reported, Michael's family is desperate for the truth about what really happened when he was found dead in bed at his Oxfordshire home. The family has been publicly making Fawaz's life hell these last couple of months — everything from being suspicious about his relationship with Michael to barring him from the funeral.

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