It’s every parent’s misfortune nightmare.
John Michie is sad following the death of his 25-year-old daughter Louella Michie at Bestival music festival in Dorset, United Kingdom. He told The Sun the family had lost an “angel,” progressing that she was not murdered.
“We’ve lost the angel. It’s not murder – they were friends. It was just a comfortless mistake, a comfortless accident,” the “Holby City” star said.
“This was not a murder. She overwhelmed so many lives. She was so very positive, so bright, so out there. She had such energy. The tributes to her have been incredible.”
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The Sun reported that Michie, 60, and his wife Carol perceived a panicked call along with a WhatsApp map heading to their daughter’s body. The couple rushed to the festival grounds, 130 miles from their home in North London, according to the outlet.
Security staff reportedly wouldn’t let them in until after the physique was found.
Although the Michie family is not assured the immature denote was murdered, a matter from Dorset Police confirms that a 28-year-old London man has been arrested in tie with her death.
Police pronounced the detain was done “to capacitate officers to control an talk under counsel to help settle the full circumstances.”
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Detective Chief Inspector Sarah Derbyshire pronounced in the matter a consummate review into the Bestival death. She combined that “specially lerned officers” had been reserved to support the victim’s family.
Dorset Police contend the physique showed no manifest signs of assault.
“Inquiries are now under way to settle how she died. A autopsy hearing will be carried out in due march and this should give us some-more of an denote as to the means of her death,” Derbyshire said.
“We are operative closely with the festival organizers and we would seem to anyone with any information about the occurrence to hit Dorset Police.”
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Bestival expelled a apart matter claiming that the group is “devastated” by the news of Louella’s death and will continue to work with police.
“Following the announcement, the group at Bestival are ravaged to hear about this comfortless news. We continue to support the police in their ongoing review and the thoughts and prayers are with all the woman’s family and friends,” the matter read.
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