George Michaels former lover has been made homeless two months after he was evicted from the late singers London home.
The 46-year-old had been squatting inside the Wham! stars Regents Park property (worth a whopping £5 million) since his death on Christmas Day 2016, but was kicked out in July after being arrested on suspicion of aggravated criminal damage.
Since then, Fadi had been staying a branch of budget hotel Travelodge in central London, but is thought to have checked out on Monday and has since been sleeping rough in Covent Garden.
Having been kicked out of the house by Georges family and left nothing in the singers £97.6 million will, Fadi went on an expletive laden Facebook rant blaming them for his nasty situation.
George Michael the ikon [sic] 3 years later and his lawyers still not done anything to sort me out so in last few days I have been sleeping in the street in Covent Garden instead of being in my home, The Sun reported Fadi to have written.
He continued: They took the key by a trick the came out with it and now 2 months later still not heard anything I was staying in hotel and 2 days a go was stopped. What a cheap ikon this George f*****g Michael is. [sic]
On 23 July, Fadi was arrested after neighbours reported that he had been going berserk and smashing windows and lights in the Club Tropicana singers London pad.
However, when asked about the incident, Fadi responded that he was simply renovating, adding that: Its alright, its all in hand.
Georges family had reportedly been sending legal letters asking the to leave the house, but he had allegedly ignored the notices due to squatters rights.