Musician and dancer Keith Charles Flint commit suicide – Reason why he did that was according to…
Keith Flint’s suicide came just days after he was forced to put Essex home on market following his split from wife Mayumi Kai.
The Prodigy star, 49, was found dead today at the luxury farm house he once shared with the Japanese DJ.
They are said to have been estranged for some time and Mayumi was six thousand miles away in Japan when news of her husband’s death broke.
Now sources have told The Sun the star spiralled into depression after the marriage crumbled and he was forced to put the home he loved up for sale.
Estate agents Anderson’s reportedly posted details of the house last Friday, but they have since been taken down.
Land Registry documents are also said to show his wife is entitled to a share of the home after a property adjustment order was made last March.
Flint has previously battled depression and had credited Mayumi with “saving him”.The couple married in December 2006 in front of an eclectic line-up of guests, including Matt Willis and David Gest.
Keith told The Times in 2009: “We were touring and she just walked into this room we were in, and you know how it is.
“I just couldn’t talk, I was overwhelmed. I’d done my share of drugs and sh*gging around.”
“Look, we all like to get busy, but in truth I was a bit worn through with it.”He added: “We’re not exactly planning to have children, but we’re not planning not to either.”
Keith said he and Mayumi loved travelling around Europe together.
He said: “We take one of the Range Rovers, and plan our route, and stay in hotels along the way, nothing lah-di-dah.”hey also enjoyed exploring rural Essex after Keith’s wild younger years.
“We like to take picnics and sandwiches, driving through the green lanes. My wife loves the house, the dogs, and the animals we have around us, the deer and the fox that comes and pokes his head through the hedge,” he added.