A stuntman's girlfriend has revealed her heartbreak after he was knifed to death while filming a music video.
Devastated Seleka Gathercole said "my heart's been torn in two" after her partner Shane Jerome, 23, was attacked during a music video shoot.
Shane had been on Brixton High Street shooting the rap video with Lamborghini sports cars, people in balaclavas and a quad bike before a confrontation between two groups broke out.
The victim was rushed towards an ambulance clutching his chest following the savage attack, horrified witnesses said.
Police said Shane was found suffering from a stab wound but a post-mortem examination will be conducted in due course.
Paramedics worked to save Jerome, from Thornton Heath, but he was pronounced dead at the scene half an hour later.
Grief-stricken Seleka said: "My heart's completely torn in two.
"I will never ever ever get over the loss of you – you mean more to me than I could ever explain."
The bloke's devastated pals also paid tribute to "one of the best guys they knew".
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Courtney Young wrote: "RIP Shane. I honestly can't believe it.
"Life is too short, it's always the least expected. Fly high friend."
Rebecca Newell added: "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."
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A 19-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm but was released with no further action.
Authorities have appealed for any information from people who were in the area at the time.
Detective Chief Inspector Kate Blackburn, leading the investigation said: "Brixton Road near to the tube station is a busy area of London and there were many people in the street, on buses and in cars yesterday evening.
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"We have spoken to a number of witnesses already and I am asking for anyone who was in the area and who may have seen anything, or have footage on their phone or dashcam, to please contact us.
"A young man has tragically lost his life in an attack on a busy high street, I am asking anyone with any information to call the police."
They can be contacted via 101 quoting reference Cad 7056/21Jul, or to remain anonymous contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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