Kerry Obituary – Conspiracy theorist David Icke has revealed his daughter Kerry has died at the age of 48. The 71-year-old from Leicester shot to prominence after alleging high-profile figures such as US presidents, British prime ministers, and even members of the Royal Family were lizards feeding off “negative energy” created by the Illuminati.
His controversial views have led to him being previously banned from social media channels and dozens of European countries after he was accused of spreading misinformation during the pandemic. He claimed 5G mobile networks were linked to the spread of Covid and in another suggested a Jewish group was behind the virus, leading him to be accused of being anti-Semitic.
Slamming the “madhouse reality” he is currently living in, Icke took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to share the sad news his daughter had passed away. Sharing a smiling photo of her cuddling her dog, he wrote: “My wonderful, beautiful, daughter Kerry passed away today in hospital on the Isle of Wight after a stoic battle against a long illness.
The statement continued: “She was just 48. She left this world surrounded by her family and her fantastic boyfriend, Ede, who nursed her magnificently to the end. Kerry leaves two teenage children and a family who loved her so much. She was a one-off, fiercely independent, outspoken, unique expression of the All That Is, and there will never be another quite the same. We know she is only a heartbeat away, a frequency vibration, and she will be around us until we meet again in another realm beyond this madhouse reality that she saw through with a laser focus.” Ending the post, Icke said: “We are so proud of you, my darling, our Divine Spark. Never forget that. We will never forget YOU.”
Kerry’s younger brother Gareth, who hosts an ‘alternative’ current affairs news program with brother Jaymie, also paid tribute to his sister and wrote of her illness: “Always headstrong and doing things her way, she kept this to herself for over a year.