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Michael Barrymore hopes for justice over death of Stuart Lubbock in his swimming pool 20 years ago

Michael Barrymore hopes for justice over death of Stuart Lubbock in his swimming pool 20 years ago

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MICHAEL Barrymore hopes justice will finally be done over the death of a party guest in his swimming pool 20 years ago.

Strike it Lucky star Barrymore, 69, has not been seen publicly since officers revealed in March that a 50-year-old man had been arrested over the incident.

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Michael Barrymore ‘hopes justice will finally be done over the death of a man at his swimming pool[/caption]

Michael Barrymore

The entertainer denies knowledge of what happened to Stuart Lubbock[/caption]

The entertainer, who was said to have spent his birthday on Tuesday alone in his flat, denies knowledge of what happened to Stuart Lubbock.

He told his former agent Mike Browne: “I just hope this is the end of it and that justice will finally be done for Stuart and his family.

“The police seem convinced with the evidence they have found but I’ve no idea what it is.

“They seem sure but I can’t see how it can end in charges after so long.”

Michael Barrymore

The body of dad-of-two Stuart, 31, was found in the swimming pool of Barrymore’s £2million Essex home in 2001[/caption]

Michael Barrymore
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Terry Lubbock has relentlessly fought for his son for 20 years[/caption]

Stuart, 31, was found unconscious at Barrymore’s £2million home in Roydon, Essex, in March 2001.

Earlier this week, we revealed police were set to send a file to the prosecutors to consider bringing a murder charge.

Mr. Browne told The Sun: “Michael was of the opinion ‘here we go again’ when he was spoken to.”