Pal of Louella Michie’s killer Ceon Broughton insists drug dealer’s sentence too harsh

A friend of Ceon Broughton today sensationally insisted the rapper doesn’t deserve a jail term for killing his girlfriend. 

Broughton, 30, was sentenced to eight-and-a-half years for supplying drugs that killed Holby City star John Michie’s daughter at Bestival.

But supporters of grime star Broughton, who was called ‘evil’ by Louella Fletcher-Michie’s actor father for filming his daughter as she lay dying from a drugs overdose, have taken to social media to claim he did nothing wrong.

A friend of Ceon Broughton today insisted the rapper's jail term for killing his girlfriend is undeserved - and posted this photo of Broughton and Louella Fletcher-Michie together

A friend of Ceon Broughton today insisted the rapper's jail term for killing his girlfriend is undeserved - and posted this photo of Broughton and Louella Fletcher-Michie together

A friend of Ceon Broughton today insisted the rapper’s jail term for killing his girlfriend is undeserved – and posted this photo of Broughton and Louella Fletcher-Michie together

Broughton, 30, (pictured) was sentenced to eight-and-a-half years for supplying drugs that killed Holby City star John Michie’s daughter Louella, 24, at Bestival

Broughton, 30, (pictured) was sentenced to eight-and-a-half years for supplying drugs that killed Holby City star John Michie’s daughter Louella, 24, at Bestival

Louella died after taking an overdose of new drug 2-CP just a few hours before her 25th birthday

Louella died after taking an overdose of new drug 2-CP just a few hours before her 25th birthday

Broughton, 30, (left) was sentenced to eight-and-a-half years for supplying drugs that killed Holby City star John Michie’s daughter Louella, 24 (right) at Bestival

A rapper who goes by the name Milkavelli this morning posted a photo of Ceon and Louella with the sea behind them, both wearing caps and their hands entwined whilst looking down with the words: ‘I love you Ceon. You don’t deserve this. I got you forever.’  

Milkavelli (pictured) said of Broughton: 'That boy is about to be sent to jail for losing his girl when he did everything possible to try and help'

Milkavelli (pictured) said of Broughton: 'That boy is about to be sent to jail for losing his girl when he did everything possible to try and help'

Milkavelli (pictured) said of Broughton: ‘That boy is about to be sent to jail for losing his girl when he did everything possible to try and help’

And in a video, posted on Instagram to his 52,700 followers, Milkavelli rages: ‘Anyone that f*****… anyone that disagrees with what I just said.

‘Unfollow me, right f***** now. Block me, do whatever the f*** you want.

‘That boy is about to be sent to jail for losing his girl when he did everything possible to try and help. F*** you all.’

The photograph of the pair has received just under 1,000 likes and a slew of comments supporting Broughton. 

Supporters posted heart emojis whilst one person said they were praying for Broughton.

Cameron_Hxrris said: ‘Is there anyway we can show support to Ceon?’

Ellplates9 added: ‘Free Ceon the system is f*****’

Twngz posted: ‘Prayers up for Ceon. Tough enough losing your Mrs so tragically, let alone getting pinned for it and getting 8 years. RIP Louella.’ 

Milkavelli and Broughton, who performed under the stage name CEONRPG, are both members of Laigon Life, a skateboarding gang which produces rap music.

He has been described as a friend of grime artist Skepta, who had previously recorded music with Broughton.

A rapper who goes by the name Milkavelli (left) this morning posted the photo of Ceon (right) and Louella with the words: 'I love you Ceon. You don't deserve this. I got you forever.'

A rapper who goes by the name Milkavelli (left) this morning posted the photo of Ceon (right) and Louella with the words: 'I love you Ceon. You don't deserve this. I got you forever.'

A rapper who goes by the name Milkavelli (left) this morning posted the photo of Ceon (right) and Louella with the words: ‘I love you Ceon. You don’t deserve this. I got you forever.’

Milkavelli and Broughton, who performed under the stage name CEONRPG, are both members of Laigon Life, a skateboarding gang which produces rap music. He has been described as a friend of grime artist Skepta, who had previously recorded music with Broughton (right)

Milkavelli and Broughton, who performed under the stage name CEONRPG, are both members of Laigon Life, a skateboarding gang which produces rap music. He has been described as a friend of grime artist Skepta, who had previously recorded music with Broughton (right)

Milkavelli and Broughton, who performed under the stage name CEONRPG, are both members of Laigon Life, a skateboarding gang which produces rap music. He has been described as a friend of grime artist Skepta, who had previously recorded music with Broughton (right)

Broughton (pictured holding a knife alongside Milkavelli centre) had given six times the fatal dose of new drug 2-CP to his girlfriend as they partied at the festival before her 25th birthday

Broughton (pictured holding a knife alongside Milkavelli centre) had given six times the fatal dose of new drug 2-CP to his girlfriend as they partied at the festival before her 25th birthday

Broughton (pictured holding a knife alongside Milkavelli centre) had given six times the fatal dose of new drug 2-CP to his girlfriend as they partied at the festival before her 25th birthday

Broughton continued recording after her death and blamed his failure to help her on a 24-week suspended prison sentence that he'd been handed one month before

Broughton continued recording after her death and blamed his failure to help her on a 24-week suspended prison sentence that he'd been handed one month before

Broughton continued recording after her death and blamed his failure to help her on a 24-week suspended prison sentence that he’d been handed one month before

The rapper had given six times the fatal dose of hallucinogenic 2-CP to girlfriend as they partied at the festival hours ahead of her 25th birthday.   

He continued recording after her death and blamed his failure to help her on a 24-week suspended prison sentence that he’d been handed one month before.

Winchester Crown Court previously heard the Holby City star’s daughter was the first person in the world to die from taking the drug – a stimulant between ecstasy and LSD – when her body was found on September 11, 2017.

Broughton finally apologised to her family for not doing more to save Louella today when he said in a court statement: ‘Sorry I didn’t do more to save Louella. Sorry for the suffering I caused to those who loved Louella. I want to make things right.’

But sentencing Broughton to eight-and-a-half years today, Mr Justice Goose said he displayed ‘grossly negligent conduct… in the face of her very obvious suffering.’ 

The judge said: ‘The video recordings you took show you without any concern at all. While you were doing little to help Louella you were sending messages to a friend asking him to say that Louella had obtained the drugs from an unknown person.’

John Michie with his daughter Miss Fletcher-Michie (left) who died after taking the party drug

John Michie with his daughter Miss Fletcher-Michie (left) who died after taking the party drug

John Michie with his daughter Miss Fletcher-Michie (left) who died after taking the party drug

Louella (pictured with actor Richard Wilson) a yoga instructor from Holloway, north London, had been seeing Broughton on and off for 15 months before she died at the festival

Louella (pictured with actor Richard Wilson) a yoga instructor from Holloway, north London, had been seeing Broughton on and off for 15 months before she died at the festival

Louella (pictured with actor Richard Wilson) a yoga instructor from Holloway, north London, had been seeing Broughton on and off for 15 months before she died at the festival

John Michie (left) posted this picture on Instagram last September on the one-year anniversary of the death of his daughter Louella (right). Also pictured is his wife Carol Fletcher (centre)

John Michie (left) posted this picture on Instagram last September on the one-year anniversary of the death of his daughter Louella (right). Also pictured is his wife Carol Fletcher (centre)

John Michie (left) posted this picture on Instagram last September on the one-year anniversary of the death of his daughter Louella (right). Also pictured is his wife Carol Fletcher (centre)

He slammed Broughton’s actions as ‘selfish’, making clear that he was more concerned with avoiding arrest than saving Miss Fletcher-Michie’s life. 

Her father, who was visibly emotional and tearful, said today: ‘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.

‘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.

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