Prime suspect in knife murder of sex party bouncer at £12m Park Lane mansion ‘has fled Britain and escaped to Jordan’
- Ossama Hamed, 25, was spotted in CCTV of brawl which preceded the stabbing
- Tudor Simionov, 33, died while bravely trying to protect staff from the large mob
- It is not known how Hamed fled from Britain ‘soon after’ the horrific incident
The prime suspect in the murder of a sex party bouncer at a £12million Park Lane mansion is believed to have fled Britain and escaped to Jordan.
Ossama Hamed, 25, was spotted in CCTV footage of a brawl in which 33-year-old Tudor Simionov was stabbed to death as he tried to protect other staff from a mob trying to crash the event.
It is not known how Hamed, from Fulham, was allegedly able to flee Britain.
Ossama Hamed, 25, was spotted in CCTV footage of a brawl in which 33-year-old Tudor Simionov was stabbed to death. His face is circled
A source told The Sun: ‘Hamed left the country very soon afterwards. Police are desperately trying to find him to interview him over the murder.’
Abu Hamza’s 26-year-old son, Imran Mostafa Kamel, has been charged with two firearms offences after the fight at 5.30am on New Year’s Day.
Hamza was found guilty of terror offences in both the UK and US, where he is serving a life sentence at a high-security prison after being extradited from Britain in 2012.
Mr Simionov bravely fought off up to nine men seconds before being stabbed to death outside 80 Park Lane.
He died protecting wealthy clients at a flamboyant party allegedly run by disgraced self-styled aristocrat Lord ‘Fast Eddie’ Davenport, it has been claimed.
The peer, known for his opulent sex parties, was seen helping with the payments on the door at the exclusive late night ‘after-party’ when thugs tried to storm their way into the Park Lane venue where Arab princes, tycoons and revellers were celebrating. This claim is denied by his lawyers.
Mr Simionov (pictured in undated photos) bravely fought off up to nine men seconds before being stabbed to death outside 80 Park Lane
Mr Simionov moved to the UK with his girlfriend Madalina Anghel for a ‘better life’ two months ago and the couple believed 2019 would be the year they married and started a family.
She told friends today she is taking his body home to Romania for burial and said: ‘On New Year’s Eve my boyfriend and future husband Tudor was stabbed in the heart at work. The loss is impossible. His unexpected death has shocked us all.’
A Metropolitan police spokesman said Kamel’s firearms charges were not directly connected to the death of 33-year-old Mr Simionov or others hurt in the Park Lane brawl.
He is alleged to have waved a gun at revellers six minutes after Mr Simionov was attacked.
The Met refused to discuss The Sun’s report, but urged anyone with information on the murder to contact 101.
It is not known how Hamed, (circled) from Fulham, was allegedly able to flee Britain
Imran Mostafa Kamel (pictured left), 26, the son of Abu Hamza (right), 60, was arrested last night on suspicion of murdering bouncer Tudor Simionov on Park Lane. He has since been charged with gun possession. Hamza is serving a life sentence in the US for terror offences
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