Stuart Lubbock’s cancer-stricken dad has ‘hours left to live’ after campaign for justice over Barrymore pool death
STUART Lubbock’s cancer-stricken dad has simply “hours left to live” after preventing for solutions after his son’s physique was present in Michael Barrymore’s pool 20 years in the past.
Terry Lubbock’s son Stuart Lubbock died at Barrymore’s then dwelling in Roydon, Essex, on March 31 2001.
Lubbock, 76, of Harlow, Essex, who has mounted a 20-year campaign for justice, advised reporters in February 2021 that he had terminal most cancers.
A detailed household good friend has advised The Sun that Lubbock, a retired toolmaker has simply “hours to live”.
Another good friend who additionally works as his publicist, Harry Cichy additionally confirmed Terry’s poor well being.
Today he stated: “Terry is gravely ill. We are praying and hoping for the best.”
Essex Police arrested a person in March on suspicion of the indecent assault and homicide of Stuart Lubbock, and launched him with out cost in August.
Lubbock final week thanked “new witnesses that have come forward”.
A autopsy examination confirmed that Stuart Lubbock had suffered extreme inner accidents which instructed he had been sexually assaulted.
Alcohol, ecstasy, and cocaine had been present in his bloodstream.
A coroner recorded an open verdict however Lubbock desires a contemporary inquest.
Terry, who’s within the closing levels of his most cancers battle, has vowed to preserve preventing.
He stated: “I will continue my fight for justice.”
Barrymore spoke out about Lubbock’s quest for justice and says it is a “terribly sad situation”.
Speaking to the Mirror, Barrymore stated: “It’s a terribly sad situation for everybody.”
In March, cops stated a witness had given them “significant new information” in regards to the case.
In June, Barrymore was quizzed by cops for the second time surrounding Stuart’s death.
Lubbock nonetheless believes the reality in regards to the death of his son will come out.
“I have done my best now for my son,” Mr Lubbock stated.
He added: “My body is going down, and my mind, and I am starting to forget things.”
In February, Mr Lubbock stated medical doctors had advised him that he had months to live.
He stated all he lived for was to get “justice for Stuart”, however accepts he could by no means get the solutions he desires.