A former Big Brother winner is claimed to be "devastated" after two of his siblings have been concerned in an altercation that took one in every of their lives.
Reality TV star John Loughton’s brother faces life behind bars after being charged with the homicide of John’s different brother.
The three siblings wee mentioned to be shut when rising up, nonetheless, a row between John’s siblings ended with one in every of them being fatally wounded.
Roddy Loughton, 26, was declared lifeless following an incident at a house in Edinburgh on 17 December.
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Roddy’s older brother, Stephen, has since appeared in court docket and has been charged together with his homicide.
Stephen made no plea or declaration and was remanded in custody to seem in court docket subsequent week.
John, 31, shot to fame after he received £50,000 after profitable Big Brother: Celebrity Hijack virtually 11 years in the past.
He used his winnings to start out his personal enterprise and is now a social entrepreneur.
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It shouldn't be but recognized why Stephen, 29, and Roddy bought in an altercation, however a supply near the brothers mentioned John is devastated.
The Loughton household launched an announcement paying tribute to father-of-two Roddy.
It learn: "Roddy was a loving dad, son and brother who had a delicate soul, nice sense of humour and adored his youngsters.
"We need to thank all of the household, mates and area people for his or her effectively needs and assist right now.
"We would request and recognize folks respect our want for privateness at this very troublesome time as we come to phrases with our loss.”