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Mr. Lubbock had been invited to the house after meeting Mr. Barrymore and his companions at the Millennium nightclub in Harlow. But the events of the holiday still remain a mystery 20 years later.

Last month, detectives revealed they planned to contact the former TV star and other men who were at an “alcohol and drug-fueled party” that resulted in Mr. Lubbock.

A 50-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of Mr Lubbock’s murder last month, but was later released.

Mr Barrymore is said to have met Essex Police last week and has been questioned whether new information ‘might have come to mind’ in the past 20 years.

Mr Barrymore’s ex-agent Mike Browne told The Sun: ‘The police asked us if we had anything new that might have occurred to us in the past 20 years, but it was not. is not the case.

“Everything we know, we’ve said.

“We both want this resolved for the good of all.”

The renewed questioning comes after Mr Lubbock’s ex-wife, Sue Homan, said Mr Lubbock’s cancer father, Terry, was “sure” they would get justice.

She said, “Terry is still convinced that we will get justice.

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He also suffered serious “sexual injuries” as a result of the rape.

Mr Lubbock was removed from the pool but died in hospital, with pathologists saying the most likely cause of death was drowning.

Jonathan Kenney, Mr Barrymore’s former partner and garbage collector Justin Merritt, were arrested at the time but were later released without charge.

Mr Barrymore was not at home when the police arrived, but was later questioned.

He was cautioned for possession of cannabis and for letting his premises be used for drug consumption.

In June 2007, Mr. Barrymore was arrested along with Mr. Kenney, then 37, and Mr. Merritt, then 32.

No charges were laid and the three men denied having participated in the murder of Mr. Lubbock.

Mr Barrymore, whose real last name is Parker, successfully sued Essex Police for wrongful arrest and was awarded symbolic damages following a Court of Appeal ruling.

In 2009, the police watchdog released the results of a review of the investigation into Mr. Lubbock’s death.

He found that officers missed crucial evidence and didn’t make sure essential forensic testing was done until six years later.

Objects, including the pool thermometer, disappeared from the scene.

Mr Barrymore’s television career fell apart in the wake of the allegations, although he did receive a brief comeback in the limelight during a stint on Celebrity Big Brother in 2006. has contacted representatives for Mr Barrymore to offer him a chance to respond.

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This notice was published: 2021-04-26 19:19:00