Bailiffs have pressurized to take away George Michael’s personal belongings as he can’t afford to pay an outstanding debt says Fadi Fawaz.
The bereaved boyfriend of George, who died on Christmas Day in 2016, shared an enforcement notice warning him to cough up the £513 he owes or else risk having his possessions lifted by debt collectors and sold at auction.
It seems the bailiffs weren’t able to get into George’s Regent’s Park property when they came to collect Fadi’s payment and instead had to post the letter through his front door
Fadi tweeted a message to George, telling him: “Darling they have come to take your furniture coz I couldn’t effort the fine. But don’t worry I didn’t open the door for them.”
It appears the outstanding payment is a possible traffic misdemeanour as the debt type is described as ‘TFL red route’, referring to the network of main roads in London.
Drivers on red routes are not permitted to stop in yellow box junctions, go into bus lanes during peak hours or park or load their vehicles on the double red lines.
The letter, dated March 29 2018, also tells Fadi to pay up straightaway either by cash or card, or else risk losing his personal items.
“Enforcement notice,” the red-framed letter says in capitals.
“Despite previous attempts at contact, this debt remains outstanding. Unless FULL PAYMENT is made immediately your goods could be removed and sold at public auction.
“If payment or contact is not received our Enforcement Agent will return at the time stipulated below.”
Underneath, it warns Fadi that he owes the full £513 and adds: “If payment is not made immediately you will be liable for substantial additional costs.
“Cheques will not be accepted,” it adds.
The letter is signed by an enforcement agent along with his phone number, which Fadi published to his 27,800 followers.
Fadi has been hit with a string of bad luck, having told fans earlier this week that he was suing a Middle Eastern airline for leaving him “stranded” in Sydney after ignoring his pleas to extend his business ticket.