RELEASED: 17:47 05. June 2019 | UPDATED: 17:47 05th June 2019
Archant, Ian West / PA Wire
Former Stevenage FC footballer and Love Island star Michael Thalassitis left "notes addressed to his family" before he killed himself.
Mr. Thalassitis was found on March 16, just before 9:30 clock in a park in the recreation area Church Street in Enfield hung. Today's investigation revealed that he had made his intentions in notes to his family clear.
Senior medical examiner Andrew Walker, recording a suicide attack in the North London courthouse, said, "A number of notes and messages have been left in which Mr. Thalassitis has clearly expressed his intention to end his life."
An official who visited the scene said that a black notebook had been found near the death of Mr. Thalassitis.
PC Emma Clauson gave hints: "I looked through the notebook, which was a sort of combination of diary, letters and positive thoughts.
"On the back of the journal were a few notes addressed to his family."
The study also found that toxicological results showed that cocaine, alcohol and paracetamol were in his system at the time of death.
Walker added, "Blood and urine levels are consistent with alcohol poisoning," and studies in the US have found that the combination has 16 times increased the likelihood of someone's death.
Dave Read, manager and agent of Mr. Thalassitis, read a statement on behalf of the family and said, "We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you for your kind messages and their support during this very difficult time.
"Today's investigation closed the sad news about the loss of our beautiful son and brother.
"We would respectfully ask for privacy and digest what happened to our family at this time.
"Mike was a wonderful son and brother and will be missed a lot."
Montana Brown, who performed with Mr. Thalassitis on Love Island, offered their support to the family during the investigation.
She later said, "I think it's important to keep his memory alive and to remember the importance of why this happened, and to change your own life, which has been terrible, horrible, terrible with Mike."
The producers of the reality show praised Thalassitis at the end of the opening episode of the new series aired last Monday.
Under a photo on the screen was the message: "In loving memory of Mike Thalassitis 1993-2019."
After being dismissed by Stevenage in May 2014, Cypriot national team players U19 and U21 played for Bishop's Stortford, Chelmsford City, St. Albans City and Hemel Hempstead Town, among others, before signing his last football contract with Margate in February 2017 ,
In the summer of this year he appeared on the ITV Love Island, where he was lovingly known as a "Muggy Mike" after a hit with the ladies.
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