The father of a partygoer found dead at Michael Barrymore’s home has called for another inquest to be held.
Terry Lubbock, of Harlow, Essex, was speaking after police said there was new evidence to suggest his 31-year-old son Stuart suffered ‘serious injuries’ at the presenter’s home in Roydon, Essex.
The 55-year-old and two other men, Justin Merritt, 32, and Jonathan Kenny, 37, were freed from police bail on Monday without charge after being questioned about the butcher’s death.
The Crown Prosecution Service said there was ‘insufficient evidence’ to charge them.
Mr Lubbock said on Tuesday: “I want a coroner to hear the information found in the latest police inquiry.
“I’m going to be putting feelers out calling for a new inquest in the hope of finding answers. My spoon is getting bigger and I’m going to continue stirring it until someone is charged.
“I’m going to follow this through right to the end.”
On Monday, Detective Chief Superintendent Gareth Wilson said: “Stuart Lubbock received very serious injuries the night he died and the evidence arising from our current investigation suggests they occurred at the address in Roydon.”
Mr Lubbock, of Harlow, was found dead in a swimming pool at Barrymore’s home in March 2001.
Post-mortem tests showed he had suffered severe internal injuries, which suggested sexual assault. Ecstasy, cocaine and alcohol were found in his bloodstream.
An open verdict was recorded following an inquest held in 2002.