Tuesday, February 4, 2020

RHOCheshire Alum Missé Beqiri Breaks Silence On Brother’s Murder; Says “I Miss You So Much” — Plus She Thanks Her Partner Jake Hall “For Putting A Smile On My Face Everyday”

Missé Beqiri is breaking her silence on her brother's brutal murder. The former Real Housewives of Cheshire star is addressing the unfortunate topic for the first time via Instagram, over five weeks after her brother Flamur 'Alex' Beqiri was gunned down in front of his wife and young son.


Beqiri shared a caption via her Instagram Stories, "I miss you so much."

In the post, the former ITVBe reality star was playing Coldplay's song "A Sky Full of Stars."

Missé also thanked her partner Jake Hall for being by her side during this difficult moment in her life.


"Thank you for putting a smile on my face everyday," she captioned a video of her giving her a kiss on the cheek via Instagram Stories. "My rock I love you so much."

Last month, a man was arrested in Denmark over the brutal murder of Beqiri's brother Flamur "Alex" Beqiri, who was gunned down outside his £1.5million home in Battersea, South West London in front of his wife and young son on Christmas Eve.

The 22-year-old suspect was held under a European Arrest Warrant at Copenhagen Airport at the request of Scotland Yard after arriving there on a flight from Thailand.

The man arrested, Anis Hassimi, who is a kickboxer, is from the Swedish city of Malmo, where Beqiri fled in 2016 after receiving death threats, The Sun reported.

Flamur and his wife, Credit: Enterprise News & Pictures

British detectives have been liaising with Swedish colleagues and believe Beqiri, of Albanian origin, was caught up in a gang war with North African criminals, the publication reported.

A hitman is believed to have kept Beqiri under watch before gunning him down as he returned home on the evening of December 24 with his wife and their son.

The man arrested for Beqiri’s murder is said to be of Tunisian origin. He has denied any involvement in the murder and has vowed to fight extradition to the UK.

Anis Hassimi, Credit: Facebook

“A 22-year-old man was arrested at Copenhagen Airport, Denmark, on 20 January on a European Arrest Warrant on suspicion of the murder of Flamur Beqiri,” The Metropolitan Police said in a statement to The Sun. “He remains in custody in Denmark pending extradition proceedings back to the UK.”

Photo Credit: Instagram, Google Images

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