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Music giants are streaming songs by ‘selfish’ rapper who filmed Coronation Street star’s daughter as she died after she overdosed on his drugs at Bestival

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  • Louella Fletcher-Michie, 24, was filmed dying by rapper Ceon Broughton

A rapper who gave a Coronation Street star’s daughter a fatal drug overdose and then filmed her dying is having his music streamed by music giants. 

Ceon Broughton’s music is available to purchase on iTunes and stream on Spotify and YouTube even after he gave his girlfriend Louella Fletcher-Michie, 24, the hallucinogenic drug 2-CP at a festival in 2017. 

He then filmed Ms Fletcher-Michie – the daughter of television star John Michie – for six hours on his phone as she became increasingly ill. 

Broughton, 33, received seven years for manslaughter in 2019 before the conviction was overturned the next year. 

The rapper, of Enfield, North London, has been streaming under the name CeonRPG and has accumulated more than 8,000 monthly listeners on Spotify as well as 20,000 followers on Instagram. 

Rapper Ceon Broughton (left) gave Louella Fletcher-Michie (right) a fatal drug overdose and then filmed her dying

The rapper was initially jailed after a jury saw footage he took of Ms Fletcher-Michie overdosing as she begged him to call her mother at Bestival, Dorset

The rapper was initially jailed after a jury saw footage he took of Ms Fletcher-Michie overdosing as she begged him to call her mother at Bestival, Dorset

Broughton, 33, received seven years for manslaughter in 2019 before the conviction was overturned the following year

Broughton, 33, received seven years for manslaughter in 2019 before the conviction was overturned the following year

Holby City star John Michie is pictured arriving with his wife Carol Fletcher-Michie at Winchester Crown Court in Hampshire for the sentencing

Holby City star John Michie is pictured arriving with his wife Carol Fletcher-Michie at Winchester Crown Court in Hampshire for the sentencing 

A source told The Mirror: ‘It’s disgusting. He’s exploiting his past.’

Ms Fletcher-Michie’s father, who has acted in Holby City and Coronation Street, told the newspaper: ‘I stay clear of him. He’s a dangerous individual.’

The rapper was initially jailed after a jury saw footage he took of the 24-year-old overdosing as she begged him to call her parents at Bestival, Dorset. 

She was found dead in the woods the next morning – the day of her 25th birthday. 

Mr Michie previously said: ‘I wake up every morning to face life starting again without Louella, our daughter, our sister, our friend.

‘Our family is now broken. For what? It makes no sense. [We’ve endured] a trial where we have been subjected to the horrible truth of Louella’s lonely death.

Miss Fletcher-Michie (second right) and Broughton (far right) at a family dinner with her actor father John, mother Carol, brother Sam, sister Daisy and her boyfriend Jamie Jamieson

‘I go to bed every night with thoughts of how Louella cried out to her mum and dad, brother and sister, to help her. But there was only one person who could have helped.

‘Our beautiful Louella should still be with us in any measure of humanity. No more yoga with my daughter. No more running around the Arsenal stadium with my daughter. No more family fun with my daughter. Her life cut cruelly short.’ 

MailOnline has contacted the music giants for comment.  



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Written by: Soft FM Radio Staff

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