A widely known drag queen’s physique was found in an alleyway within the metropolis centre, and COPS at the moment are trying into the incident.
At 5 a.m. on Sunday, Darren Moore, 39, was final noticed leaving the homosexual nightclub Pulse in Cardiff whereas carrying a yellow purse and outfit.
After he didn’t contact them and turned off his telephone, fearful family and friends posted messages on social media pleading for help in finding him.
Simply hours earlier than going lacking, jewelry designer Darren was performing his drag present, Crystal Couture, which had been featured on Ru Paul’s Drag Race.
An investigation into the sudden, unexplained loss of life of a 39-year-old man in Cardiff’s Windsor Place has been opened, South Wales police have revealed.
Benidorm Klee left the next message on social media: “RIP. You have been sadly found final night time in Drag. Sadly, he handed away in Cardiff! criticised the #GayViolence.
“That is horrible! This could by no means have occurred! Expensive candy Darren Moore the heavens have gained an angel! We’ll miss you.”
A fundraiser for his funeral was arrange yesterday by his husband, additionally referred to as Darren Moore.
It stated: “Anybody who knew Darren would know the way he was by no means understated in his look and costume. His larger-than-life character and charisma have been one thing that you simply’ll always remember.
“We’d prefer to assist Darren and the household and provides Darren the most important ship off. For those who’re in a position too and may afford just a few quid, please donate what you possibly can to make sure we do him proud.”
Cardiff’s homosexual pub The Golden Cross posted a message on Twitter saying: “We’re deeply saddened to be taught of Darren Moore’s passing. Lots of you’ll know of his lengthy standing assist of the Golden.
“He was the life and soul of the Get together and would at all times be entertaining the lots, often accompanied with a spherical of photographs.”
Others paid tribute to Darren – whose jewelry agency BlingBlingBlingUK featured on Ru Paul’s Drag Race.
Tom Barnett-Griffiths wrote: “Woke as much as devastating Information. Coronary heart damaged! Cardiff has misplaced one other legend. Little Darren.
“Phrases can’t recover from how myself and Leigh are feeling proper now. You was at all times filled with power, love, coronary heart of gold, and a loving pal and husband.
“Sympathy and love goes out to his household.”