TOWIE’s Kirk Norcross breaks silence on dad Mick’s suicide in emotional video message

Kirk Norcross has opened up about his father Mick’s suicide in a sequence of emotional Instagram movies.

The ex TOWIE star, 33, mentioned he’ll by no means recover from the trauma of discovering his Mick’s physique and mentioned his dad’s loss of life nonetheless appears like a ‘dream.’

Sugar Hut proprietor Mick took his personal life on the age of 57 at his dwelling in Bulphan, Essex on January 21 this year.

Speaking out in regards to the tragedy, Kirk mentioned he doesn’t need sympathy however hoped that by sharing his emotions it could assist others to succeed in out in the event that they have been struggling.

An inquest into Mick’s loss of life final week heard how the previous actuality star had been left depressed in the course of the coronavirus pandemic and was compelled to take a £3.6million financial institution mortgage and a bridging mortgage towards his home after property developments he was working on have been delayed in lockdown.

Kirk Norcross has opened up about his father’s loss of life in a heartbreaking video

Speaking to his 59,000 followers from the entrance seat of his automobile, Kirk mentioned: “Listen I have got to talk about this and people, if you don’t want to hear it I’m not being rude but you can unfollow me.

‘If I can stop one person from killing themselves, I have really made an impact in this world. I love you all.

“Be sort, be well mannered and be optimistic,” he urged.

The final ever photograph of Kirk along with his dad, who took his personal life in January this year

“You have got to let it out, you have got to talk. I know many people who have lost their fathers. But I’m trying to use this. You are not alone, if you want a chat let’s talk and we can get through it together.

‘The mind is a mad thing, we ain’t strong enough to control that on our own. That’s why we talk. That’s why we talk to people, that’s why people talk to us.

“I do not need sympathy, I genuinely do like individuals caring for me and I like caring for individuals. But I ain’t doing this for sympathy,” he added.

Kirk mentioned shedding his father appears like a dream as he struggles to return to time period with the loss

At the inquest into Mick’s loss of life, it was reported that Kirk smashed his means into his dad’s home with a hammer after turning into involved about him.

Recalling the upsetting incident, Kirk mentioned: “I was the one that found him. I’m glad that I found him in a sense.

“I do know that sounds bizarre however I would not need no stranger, no docs, no nurses having to take care of what I handled.

“My dad has manned up for me many times, it was my turn to step up for my dad you know. I tried to give him CPR and I knew there was no bringing him back but I had to try.”

Mick along with his younger grandson

Kirk went on to say he’s nonetheless struggling to return to phrases with the loss.

“‘It feels like my dad died when I was a baby or something. All the talks and chats that I have had with my dad feels like it was a dream. But that’s just my brain telling me I’m not ready for it yet.

“My dad was my greatest good friend, he nonetheless is. I do not care what anybody says my dad is my greatest good friend. The greatest man I’ve ever met anyway.”

After becoming sober, Kirk admitted he relapsed after losing his father but has now not had a drink for three months.

Kirk and Mick starred collectively in TOWIE

“I know a lot of people who have already dealt with what I’m dealing with and said it doesn’t get better, it gets a little bit easier to deal with.

“Obviously the picture I’ve received in my head won’t ever go away me. That’s the one picture I’ve received of my dad of how I discovered him.

“I’m three months sober, that’s the longest I have been sober. I was near on a year last year but then I had a little wobble when my dad went.

“But hear I’ve received to speak about this and folks, if you happen to do not wish to hear it I’m not being impolite however you may unfollow me. If I can cease one individual from killing themselves, I’ve actually made an affect in this world.”

*If you’re struggling and need to talk, the Samaritans operate a free helpline open 24/7 on 116 123. Alternatively, you can email or visit their site to find your local branch

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