The sad, but gruesome details are emerging about Scot Young, boyfriend of “Ladies of London” star, Noelle Reno, and his tragic death. As we told you earlier in the week, Young’s body was found by residents outside his flat in central London. He had fallen from a fourth story window onto the iron railing fence below. Firemen had to cut through the metal with an angle grinder in order to remove his body.
At first police said there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death, and were calling it a suicide, but now, detectives are going to re-investigate the death amid “fears they discounted foul play too soon.”
Noelle Reno and Scot Young first met in 2008. Americans who watched Bravo’s “Ladies of London” became acquainted with the couple last year. During the show Scot often seemed down-trodden by his ongoing divorce and pressure from Noelle to settle. By the time the divorce finalized, six years had gone by. At one time, Scot had been jailed for failure to disclose financial details to the judge. By the show’s finale, Noelle and Scot had announced their engagement, but it emerged yesterday they had called off the engagement in recent weeks after a series of arguments.
Close friends of Young’s are now saying he is the 5th person to die under “unusual circumstances.” A friend of Young’s has now claimed the “millionaire tycoon” was hounded over debts in the months before his death by Russian mafia members. There are claims that these “Russian mafia members” had previously dangled Young out of a window at the Dorchester Hotel, in Park Lane, threatening to drop him next time if he did not pay up, though others claim that never happen. Also among the five victims was millionaire property magnate Robert Curtis, 47, who once dated the model Caprice, who also appeared on Ladies of London. He died falling under a Tube train in December 2012.
The Daily Mail is reporting that James Creed, 64, a friend of Young’s for more than 25 years said he believes he might have been the final person to speak to Young, who called two hours before his death. “He was quiet, which wasn’t like him. He seemed distracted but didn’t say anything unusual.” He also added, “I can’t believe he committed suicide, but there was a lot of pressure on him. He was under too much pressure and people do things when they are not thinking straight.”
Officers have refused to say if Mr Young left a note.
Neighbors said they believe he was alone in the £3million duplex flat when he fell, though they said his partner – American model Noelle Reno, 32 – had been at the property earlier that day.