Charles Haddon's death has officially been ruled a suicide following an inquest.
The Ou Est Le Swimming Pool frontman died last August (10) at the Pukkelpop music festival in Belgium, just hours after the group performed in front of thousands of fans.
An inquest into the British musician's death was held on Wednesday (22Jun11) in Northampton, England and a coroner ruled Haddon took his own life by hanging himself from railings in a car park.
The 22 year old star was initially believed to have thrown himself from a satellite mast in a backstage parking area.
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