THE rapper prosecuted over the death of Louella Fletcher- Michie appears in a video with a gun and sitting next to lines of white powder.
Ceon Broughton, who gave Holby City actor John Michie’s daughter the drugs that killed her, is seen in the clip with a pal as thumping music plays in the background.
A video posted online sees Ceon Broughton sitting next to lines of white powderCredit: TRIANGLE NEWS
It then shows a French bulldog lying beside a handgunCredit: TRIANGLE NEWS
Broughton was prosecuted over the death of Louella Fletcher-Michie in 2019Credit: PA
Scattered between them are two bottles of spirits, half-empty glasses, cigarettes and three lines of powder.
Then, a French bulldog is seen lying beside a handgun.
The video appears on the Instagram account of skateboard gang Laigon Life.
Broughton, 32, was jailed for eight and a half years in 2019 for manslaughter by gross negligence and supplying hallucinogenic drug 2CP to Louella, 24, at the Bestival music event in Dorset in 2017.
His conviction was quashed in 2020.
The Court of Appeal ruled jurors could not be sure Broughton’s actions caused her death.
The rapper’s conviction was quashed last year and he was released from prisonCredit: PA
The video shows Broughton (pictured) with a palCredit: Laigon Life Instagram
Bottles of spirits and empty glasses can be seen on the tableCredit: Laigon Life Instagram
The clip was posted on the Instagram account of skateboard gang Laigon LifeCredit: Laigon Life Instagram
Broughton, from Enfield, North London, filmed Louella for more than six hours as she overdosed and begged for help.
Louella, whose dad, 64, also appeared in Coronation Street, was found dead in woods the next morning — her 25th birthday.
Broughton, whose rap name is Ceon RPG, was asked to comment on the clip.
Louella and Broughton were at Bestival when the tragic overdose happened
She was found dead on the morning of her 25th birthdayCredit: Instagram
Louella’s family said they were ‘stunned’ when Broughton was freed from prisonCredit: Solent News
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