George Michael's family seek probe into 999 call leak
Members of George Michael's family say they want a full investigation into how a 999 call made after his death was apparently leaked.
A statement issued by solicitors acting on their behalf said his loved ones are "truly appalled" that the audio recording was made public.
The former Wham! frontman's partner, Fadi Fawaz, said he found the star dead when he arrived to wake him at his home in Goring-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, ahead of a Christmas Day lunch. The recording was said to have featured a conversation between Mr Fawaz and the emergency operator. Police said a post-mortem examination of the 53-year-old had proved "inconclusive".