Princess Beatrice’s ex-boyfriend Paolo Liuzzo dies in Miami hotel

Princess Beatrice’s former boyfriend Paolo Liuzzo has died of a suspected drug overdose at a Miami hotel.

Police were called to a room at the CitizenM Miami Worldcenter hotel at 3:22 p.m. on February 7, Miami police confirmed. The independent Wednesday.

Liuzzo’s time of death was reportedly put at 3:34 p.m. that day, which in most cases reflects the time of the doctor’s or emergency responder’s declaration.

The police investigation is still open and ongoing, but Liuzzo’s death – at the age of 41 – is being investigated as a drug overdose, police said.

The son of an Italian plastic resin tycoon, Mr Liuzzo’s romance with Princess Beatrice was revealed in 2005 when the royal was 17 and he was 24, and he was invited by Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson to join the family for skiing. vacation in Verbier.

However, the couple reportedly split a year later after it was revealed that he had been forced to return to the United States for violating the terms of his probation following an assault conviction, which had been downgraded from a 2002 manslaughter charge against a fellow student in Massachusetts.

The former couple initially kept their relationship a secret, according to reports. (Provided)

His death certificate indicates that he worked as a consultant in the art industry, The sun reports, which reported that his body was flown back to his native Long Island for a funeral on February 16.

Liuzzo had significant personal difficulties and struggled with substance abuse issues that led him to be questioned several times by authorities for cocaine possession.

He also struggled under the weight of gambling debts.

A friend of the art consultant said: “Paolo wasn’t doing very well on a personal level. He loved to party and play.

Princess Beatrice arrives at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle ahead of Prince Harry’s wedding to Meghan Markle on May 19, 2018. (Getty Images)

“He started using a lot of pharmaceutical drugs, but that then led to cocaine and harder drugs.

“It was a very fast-paced lifestyle and we all feared it would catch up with him eventually.

“He was always borrowing money to repay his loans. It has become a vicious circle.

Liuzzo had various personal difficulties before his death (John Chapple/Shutterstock)

His death certificate reportedly indicates that he lived in an apartment not far from the downtown Miami hotel where he died.

News of the death comes at a difficult time for Princess Beatrice, who also had to deal with her mother’s cancer diagnosis.

Sarah Ferguson said in January that she was diagnosed with malignant melanoma just six months after undergoing surgery for breast cancer.

Princess Beatrice also struggles with her mother’s cancer diagnosis (Getty Images)

A friend told Daily Mail in March that tests had revealed no further spread of her melanoma and that the area initially found was “completely free of cancer” but that she would undergo further tests.

Ferguson is one of three members of the princess’s family currently battling the illness – with King Charles revealing his cancer diagnosis in January and Kate Middleton revealing hers in March.

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News Source : www.independent.co.uk


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