A rapper jailed after filming the daughter of a Holby City actor who died of a party drug overdose was featured grinning in his first Instagram picture after he was released from prison.
The 31-year-old drug dealer Ceon Broughton provided John Michie's daughter Louella Fletcher-Michie with the hallucinogenic 2-CP at the 2017 Bestival in Dorset.
Now, for the first time since his prison release, Broughton of Enfield, north London, was spotted on a friend's Instagram after his eight-year sentence was waived.
Ceon Broughton (right), 31, who was jailed after filming his girlfriend who died of a drug overdose, grins on a friend's Instagram for the first time since he was released from prison. The picture, which has since been deleted, was headed: “Reunited with my actual twin. Theres (sic) not that great a feeling. & # 39;
A rapper from London known as "Milkavelli" posted a picture of the two with a lighter that has since been extinguished.
According to The Sun, the boyfriend put the words, “Reunited with my actual twin. Theres (sic) not that great a feeling. & # 39;
He is also believed to be pictured on a scooter on another friend's post.
The rapper was originally convicted after recording six hours of harrowing footage on his cell phone from his younger friend Louella, who overdosed on Bestival. when she screamed, "This ain't mad. I did not expect this.
The rapper and drug dealer gave his girlfriend Louella Fletcher-Michie, daughter of actor John Michie, hallucinogenic 2-CP at the Bestival in Dorset in September 2017 (pictured together).
He recorded harrowing footage on his cell phone for six hours after Louella (pictured) overdosed. She was found dead in the woods on the edge of the festival grounds at Lulworth Castle on the morning of her 25th birthday on September 11, 2017
She had also called repeatedly to call her mother, and when her parents called, the sound of their daughter's overdose was so harrowing that they jumped into her car and rushed from London to Dorset, but tragically came too late.
Broughton was originally convicted of manslaughter of gross negligence in March 2019 and sentenced to eight years and six months in prison. However, he was released on August 18 after an appeals court judge ruled that prosecutors could not prove that Louella could have been alive if he had called for help
Miss Fletcher-Michie was found dead in the woods on the edge of the festival site at Lulworth Castle on the morning of her 25th birthday on September 11, 2017.
The jury was told that instead of calling 999, Broughton stayed with Louella in the remote wooded area.
Broughton, who raps under the stage name CEONRPG, was convicted of gross negligence in manslaughter in March 2019 and sentenced to eight years and six months in prison.
However, he was released on August 18 after an appeals court judge ruled that prosecutors could not prove that Louella could have been alive if he had called for help.
The verdict was described as a "kick in the teeth" which contributed to Louella's continued agony over her death, and they said Louella was "denied justice".
The videos of Louella's overdose horrified Holby City star John Michie, 64, and Mrs. Carol, who welcomed Broughton to their home and believed he was innocent in the hours after their daughter's death.
Speaking on the stand, John Michie said, “I think Louella loved Ceon. I am not sure if he loved her.
"I don't know how you could ever say that you loved someone if you let them die before you."
Louella's father, Holby City star John Michie, 64, said from the stand during the trial: “I think Louella loved Ceon. I am not sure if he loved her. I don't know how you could ever say that you loved someone if you let them die before you. & # 39;
Broughton previously admitted to drugging Miss Fletcher-Michie at the Glastonbury Festival in June 2017 and was on suspended sentence for possession of a lock knife and a Stanley knife blade.
The prosecution informed the jury during his trial that Broughton had not taken "appropriate" steps to seek medical attention for Miss Fletcher-Michie.
They alleged that he avoided seeking help because he did not want to be arrested while on suspended sentence.
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