Man who filmed Holby City star’s daughter dying of overdose in sick pills rap

A rapper who filmed Holby City actor John Michie's daughter dying from a drug overdose has penned a new track about a drug-related death, it has emerged.

31-year-old Ceon Broughton was sentenced to eight-and-a-half years in prison after giving his girlfriend, Louella Fletcher-Michie, 25, the drugs that caused her death at Bestival in 2017.

But a year later, his conviction was quashed by the Court of Appeal – to the agony of Louella's grieving family.

Now, the rapper has released a new song called Maze Runner that seems to reference his girlfriend's tragic death.

The lyrics read: "Money the major aim. I play life as a game.

"And when it gets too tough I fade away. She know she feel the same. And so she took a pill. Money can’t hide her pain now.

"Surrounded by the snakes…You made it this far, glad you could see the stars, never would be this hard."

The song also includes the lyrics: "In this skin I can’t go, break the cage, break the mould," and "Summer her heart has flamed".

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It was Broughton who supplied Louella with the fatal dose of the hallucinogenic 2-CP drug.

He filmed her overdosing for six hours while she begged him repeatedly to call her mum.

In the harrowing footage, she was seen growing disturbed and agitated as she scratched her skin and attempted to eat thorns.

At one stage, Broughton turned his iPhone around to show him smiling and playing with a fidget spinner toy.

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Louella was subsequently found dead in woodland on the morning of her 25th birthday, just 430 yards from a medical tent.

Broughton was found guilty by jurors at Winchester Crown Court of manslaughter by gross negligence and was jailed in 2019.

But in August last year, top judges overturned his conviction after ruling prosecutors failed to prove Louella could have lived if Broughton had called for help.

He has since released a number of tracks under his rap name Ceon RPG.

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