George Michael ‘tried to end relationship with lover many times’ before his death

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LOVERS: George and Fadi are believed to have got together in 2009

The Wham! star reportedly tried to break-up with his stylist boyfriend on many occasions – but the pair had always been drawn back to each other.

It is understood George and Fadi first got together in 2009 and they appeared inseparable at a number of public events right up until the star’s death on Christmas Day. 

But a family insider has now said the singer had been estranged from Fadi for 18-months before he died.

TV presenter pal Piers Morgan also claimed George had sex with 500 men in just seven years.

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TROUBLE IN PARADISE: A family relative has claimed George had wanted to end it with Fadi

“On more than one occasion George told Fadi he no longer wanted to see him”

Family source

The relative told the Sun: “On more than one occasion George told Fadi he no longer wanted to see him – but each time they would find themselves back in touch.

“George was so kind and generous, but he said to me many times that his biggest weakness was he could never say no to anything — sex, drugs — he had that sort of personality.

“In many ways he was quite a vulnerable person, because he always said yes.”

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INSEPARABLE: George Michael and Fadi appear inseparable during public appearances

Fadi, who discovered the music legend dead in his home on Christmas Day, said he had slept in his car the night George died from a suspected heart failure.

An initial autopsy into the star’s death revealed “inconclusive” results and further tests have been ordered.

Cops have confirmed they are not treating Michael’s death as suspicious.

The 40-year-old stylist said police had quizzed him about the careless Whisper singer’s final moments – but they were very supportive.

According to witnesses the pair were spotted visiting a hospital in Vienna, Austria in November last year.

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