Félicité Tomlinson’s best mate says ‘it should have been me’ after tragic death

The heartbroken best mate of Félicité Tomlinson has paid tribute in a "raw and personal" post where he mourned that "it should have been me".

Rapper and DJ Lukey Storey reportedly wrote in the now-deleted post that he wishes he had ‘spent more time together sober’ with Félicité.

According to the Mail Online Storey, who has been open about his drug addiction battle in the past, had posted that he was "in shock" about his 18-year-old pal following her tragic passing.

Félicité, the sister of One Direction singer Louis Tomlinson , was found at her London home after suffering a suspected heart attack.

Two ambulance crews battled to save her life but despite their efforts to resuscitate Félicité with a heart massage, she was pronounced dead at the scene;

Her death been treated as "unexplained" with post-mortem and toxicology tests to be carried out.

Storey, who last posted a bathroom selfie of the pair on January 23, wrote a lengthy emotional post where he described Félicité and himself as "pain twins".

"I relapsed in my flat with only you there beside me , I saw in you what I carry too, I wish we had spent more time together sober, but we rarely were," he reportedly wrote.

He added that they were: "Too busy running away from our demons. Keeping each others pain in perfect company: We were pain twins."

"It feels like it should of been me, and a bad dream I will soon wake up from. I keep crying, not eaten or slept since I heard the news."

The model, who worked with Professor Green as ‘DJ IQ’ for eight years, also said he wished he could have prevented her death.

He recalled the last thing Félicité, who was an Instagram star and budding fashion designer, had said to him was ‘bubba’ and how proud she was of ‘me getting clean again.

He finished the post with: ‘I think it should of been me. I didn’t know wether I should even post this or make any of my feelings public because it feels too real , raw and personal."

It’s another devastating family blow for X Factor judge Louis, coming just two years after death of his mother, Johannah Deakin, from leukemia.

The 27-year-old has now cancelled all promos, including an appearance on Comic Relief on Friday, as he grieves with is family.

Since the death of her mother Félicité has written on social media about depression and addiction, with her most recent thoughts being posted less than two months ago.

The teen was answering questions from her 405,000 Twitter followers, when the subject turned to mental health.

The social influencer highlighted the "disease of addiction" as an area in which more thought and education needed to be given.

Writing on Twitter, Félicité said: “I think there is a lot of stigma around addiction and the disease of addiction is misunderstood.”

She then went on to speak out about other mental illnesses, tweeting: “Depression and anxiety is less stigmatised but there is still a lot of stigma around other mental illnesses.”

The fashion designed then hinted that she has battled depression since the loss of her mother.

Answering a question about her own mental health, Félicité wrote: "Everyone struggles with things in life especially if they suffer a huge loss or life changing event but I don’t think that’s something rumours she be spread about.

"It should be up to the person to talk about it when and if they’re ready to."

After her sudden death on Wednesday, a Metropolitan Police spokesman said: "Police were called by London Ambulance Service at 12.52pm on Wednesday, March 13 to a residential address in SW5 following reports of a female in cardiac arrest.

"At this stage the death is being treated as unexplained. A post-mortem examination will take place in due course. Enquiries continue."

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