While in Hong Kong, Michael showed a lot of promise in a possible swimming career before breaking his arm badly.

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Such was her determination to make her point about this to police that when she arrived in Australia following his death she shouted at the detectives in a restaurant while giving graphic details of the sex games she and Hutchence played. Mr Smith said nothing would convince Miss Yates that Hutchence had taken his own life.

‘She was just adamant that she wanted her child growing up believing that it was an accidental death by auto-eroticism, instead of the fact that he killed himself because he wanted to see his child,’ he said.

Hutchence’s family received no money from his estate.

Band: The INXS frontman, here with the band, is believed to have scraped through a bin in search of cocaine during his final hours before penning his last lyrics.

On the morning of 22 November 1997, Hutchence was found dead in his hotel room in Sydney.

His death was reported by the New South Wales Coroner to be the result of suicide. The couple's daughter was placed in Geldof's custody with her half-sisters.Hutchence’s fingers were dark with nicotine stains and he had an old cigarette burn so deep that it exposed the bone, they said.The officers said there were signs that Hutchence had been trying to find drugs before he died. ‘He was trying to get some cocaine but he did not get it so he was going through the bin,’ said Mr Gerondis.He was a member of short-lived pop rock group Max Q and recorded solo material which was released posthumously.He acted in feature films, including Dogs in Space (1986), Frankenstein Unbound (1990) and Limp (1997).Battle: The detectives tell how the singer, pictured left with Paula Yates and their daughter Tiger Lily, was pushed to a state of self-destruction during a bitter custody battle with between Yates and Bob Geldof, right Former detective inspectors Mark Smith and Michael Gerondis spoke out publicly for the first time amid controversy in Australia over a two-part TV film about Hutchence’s band, INXS, shown over the weekend and criticised as inaccurate by his family.