Fadi Fawaz's family are "worried about his mental state" following the death of George Michael.
After George Michael's boyfriend Fadi Fawaz found the iconic singer's lifeless body on Christmas day, he reportedly called the police and then his nephew, Josh.
The 28-year-old told the paper: "I've never heard a grown man cry so much". He was so upset, he had been crying at the house beside George and I believe he found him dead.
"They spent nearly every day together for six years".
The 43-year-old called his nephew and said: "Oh God, I think he'd dead" after finding George unresponsive at home in Goring-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. "They were very much together and in love. They were living together, they hadn't split".
He revealed that Fadi had been crying hysterically and said he did not know how he was going to live without George, who he had been in a relationship with for six years.
After Fadi - who previously revealed he had slept in his vehicle outside George's home the night the star passed away - failed to revive the singer, he called police and then made a heartbreaking call to Josh.
'I'm the first person to know that he (Michael) passed away'.
Fadi has been speaking to police about George's death, but Josh insisted any speculation he played a part in the "Praying for Time" hitmaker's passing is "bulls**t".
"Fadi has had the finger pointed at him but it's all bull***t". Josh also hit out at descriptions of his uncle as a "leech", saying that there had been nothing but love in the relationship between the couple, and that Fadi would never have done anything to hurt George.