Stuntman knifed to death ‘while filming video with Lambos by jealous thugs’
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A stuntman was fatally stabbed by “jealous haters” while filming a music video by a London tube station, according to eyewitnesses.
Shane Jerome, thought to be in his early 20s was pronounced dead at the scene in Brixton at 8.45pm on Wednesday, July 21.
He stumbled backwards out of an ambulance with blood on his arm and chest.
A security guard, who works at a store nearby, said: "One of our customers said the victim had been shooting a music video with two Lamborghini sports cars involved, but people saw it and got jealous.
"The guy who got stabbed had been hired to perform a stunt in the video … they were just young teenagers making a video and then some kids of similar age attacked them.
"It was a music video about Brixton which mentions the market so that's why they had decided to shoot it here.
"One of the cars was fluorescent orange and the other fluorescent green."
A man has since been arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm.
Another eyewitness told the BBC: "A convoy of cars and quad bikes suddenly turned on one another, leading to one man being stabbed and others involved in a fist fight before running off on foot and by vehicle.
"The front of the convoy was a black Range Rover, which had a driver that wore a balaclava, and men sitting in the boot of the car, with the boot door open.
"There was also a red Ferrari and lime green Lamborghini, as well as two quad bikes. One of the quads ended up beached on the pavement.
Tributes have left been online for Shane, believed to be from Croydon, My London reports.
One friend said: "Rest in perfect peace to one of the best guys I knew. Was always there just a phone call away, forever and always in my heart."
A picture of Shane on a motorbike has been circulating, believed to be the same one discarded at the scene.
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