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Former Towie cast member Mick Norcross took his own life, inquest concludes

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Cut through the noise by getting the day's biggest stories sent direct to your inbox Former The Only Way Is Essex cast member Mick Norcross took his own life amid financial concerns and deteriorating mood through coronavirus lockdowns, an inquest has heard.

The businessman, who rose to fame as the owner of the Sugar Hut nightclub in the ITV series, died at his home in the Essex village of Bulphan on January 21, aged 57.

Mr Norcross first appeared on Towie in 2011 during the show’s second series. His son Kirk, 33, was part of the original cast. READ MORE: Tommy Robinson loses £100,000 libel case against Syrian schoolboy Inspector Neil Armstrong, of Essex Police, told an inquest in Chelmsford that officers were called by the ambulance

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