Madeleine McCann private detective 'found dead in unexplained circumstances'

Kevin Halligen

SCREENGRAB CHANNEL 5 FRAUD Kevin Halligen on Channel 5's The Mc Canns and the Conman

Police are now describing the death as "unexplained".

It is believed Halligen was found at the home he shared with his long-term girlfriend, with the house "covered in blood apparently from Kevin falling down so much".

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Kevin Halligen, the private detective accused of exploiting the hunt for Madeleine McCann, has reportedly been found dead.

"We were called to an address in Cobbett Hill Road, Normandy, Guildford, on Monday following a report of a man in his 50s having been taken unwell, who subsequently died", a Surrey Police spokesman said.

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A heavy drinker, Halligen had agreed a £500,000 fee with Kate and Gerry McCann a year after she went missing after failing to come with any plausible leads into her disappearance. "The death is being treated as unexplained and a file will be passed to the coroner's office in due course". The family ended up severing their contract with Halligen, however, after learning that the detective was living the high life at the expense of the search by using money from the Find Madeleine Fund to pay for top restaurants and hotels.

The detective, who cultivated a James Bond-style air of mystique, was later extradited to the USA on fraud charges in another case, the Daily Mail reported.

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