File label boss who fired handguns from balcony thought he was the ‘reincarnation of Tupac Shakur’

 A file label boss who fired handguns from his penthouse balcony has been detained in a psychiatric unit.

Pictured: Mr Alunomoh 

The music boss stated he believed he was a reincarnation of US rapper Tupac Shakur through the incident un the primary pandemic lockdown.

Michael Alunomoh, 35 who calls himself the CEO of Reality or Dare Information, posted a reside video on his Instagram account ‘Flexing Mike’ the place he fired blanks into the air from Marina Tower East in Chatham Dockside, Kent.

His manic capturing spree from the highest of the flats terrified neighbours so armed police had been deployed. 

Agitated and ranting he paced alongside his balcony at about 8.30am on April 22 2020.

Carrying brilliant yellow headphones, he shot mulitple rounds – at occasions welding weapons in each arms – and in addition hit a weapon towards the railings.

Every time a gun was fired, a flash got here from the muzzle of the gun.

Mr Alunomoh, who at one stage had an assault rifle slung throughout his shoulder, might shouted ‘F*** the police’ and ‘Name the police’, whereas making references to Tupac and listening to his file ‘Hit ‘Em Up’.

Michael Alunomoh (above) posted a clip of himself wielding guns and yelling 'call the f***ing cops' on Instagram, before shouting at the police gathered below 'come on, come on, you're mad'

Michael Alunomoh (above) posted a clip of himself wielding weapons and yelling ‘name the f***ing cops’ on Instagram, earlier than shouting on the police gathered beneath ‘come on, come on, you’re mad’

When he was later examined by psychiatrists, the music mogul claimed to be Tupac’s reincarnation, as he appeared ‘disturbed and distressed’, a court docket heard.

When police arrested him they seized three imitation firearms – two Eagle, blank-firing 9mm self-loading pistols and a Camp assault rifle.

They discovered 75 shell casings on his balcony and 5 on the ground of his main bedroom.

Police entering the high-rise block in Chatham

Kent Police confirmed armed officers (pictured) were on the scene in Chatham

Armed police (left and proper) stormed the house block in Kent  and arrested the music boss on suspicion of firearms offences

Mr Alunomoh, who has no earlier convictions, plead responsible in January this yr to 3 offences of possessing firearms with intent to trigger worry of violence.

The daddy-of-one beforehand denied the costs and stood trial final yr however the jury was discharged earlier than reaching verdicts after he turned ‘extraordinarily unwell’.

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Sentencing was adjourned for psychiatric reviews, with Mr Alunomoh showing at Maidstone Crown Courtroom, Kent, at the moment by way of a hyperlink with the Allington Centre, in Dartford, 

He was transferred there, a low-level safe psychiatric unit, in October final yr.

Following his arrest, Mr Alunomoh stated a voice he has heard since childhood advised him to ‘disturb the peace’ so police would detain him and get him therapy.

The court docket heard he has since been identified with a schizoaffective dysfunction however his situation had improved.

Barry Kogan, defending the music CEO, stated Mr Alunomoh’s hashish use was ‘a contributory issue to his downfall’.

‘He needs to supply his honest apologies to all these, significantly the members of the general public, who had been affected by his actions,’ he added.

What’s schizoaffective dysfunction?

Schizoaffective dysfunction is a situation the place signs of each psychotic and temper problems are current collectively throughout one episode (or inside a two weeks of one another).

Episodes can differ in size.

Some folks have repeated episodes, however this doesn’t essentially occur for everyone 

Supply: Thoughts 

‘He’s a good household man and dedicated to his son, who is unfortunately autistic, and has many good qualities which have been severely affected by his psychological well being.

‘However he tells me he’s in good well being now, taking his remedy and there’s hope for the long run.’

Mr Alunomoh has been in custody because the incident and has due to this fact served the equal of a four-year and four-months sentence on remand.

Ordering that he be detained beneath the Psychological Well being Act for ongoing therapy, Decide Julian Smith stated the worry Alunomoh triggered ‘might solely be imagined’.

‘These had been practical imitation firearms that designate the anxiousness, misery and concern triggered. They fired clean rounds and frightened lots of people that day,’ he added.

‘What’s completely clear is that this behaviour has its origins in his disturbed thoughts state and psychological sickness.’

Mr Alunomoh’s eventual launch will likely be decided by docs chargeable for his care.

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At his trial in Might final yr, the jury was advised that these watching the capturing from the bottom and neighbouring blocks feared for his or her security, as a number of 999 calls had been made.

Some had initially assumed the banging sound was coming from constructing works.

A number of filmed the motion on their cellphones, whereas one witness, Giovanni Agneli, watched via binoculars from his flat reverse, helping armed police as to what was taking place inside and out of doors the house.

He denied wanting to kill or scare anyone that morning, telling police he would have been aiming his guns if he had as around 50 shots were heard being fired from the balcony by shocked passers-by

He denied desirous to kill or scare anybody that morning, telling police he would have been aiming his weapons if he had as round 50 photographs had been heard being fired from the balcony by shocked passers-by 

Mr Alunomoh later described collecting weapons as a hobby and referred to them as 'men's toys'

Mr Alunomoh later described amassing weapons as a interest and referred to them as ‘males’s toys’ 

Armed police arrested the father in Chatham, Kent, where terrified locals fled for cover while shots rang out

Armed police arrested the daddy in Chatham, Kent, the place terrified locals fled for canopy whereas photographs rang out 

‘Mr Agneli was woken up by what he described as a popping noise. He appeared out and noticed Mr Alunomoh on his balcony, waving his arms round and holding some form of handgun,’ stated prosecutor Dominic Connolly at trial.

‘He noticed Mr Alunomoh hearth some extra photographs and shout ‘Name the police, I’m going loopy’. Mr Agneli did simply that, dialling 999.

‘He watched for some 20 or so minutes as Mr Alunomoh went out and in his house, firing the weapons. Every time a gun was fired he might see a shell casing fall to the ground.

‘At one level he noticed him firing a gun in each arms shouting about Tupac…..He gave the impression to be dancing, and appeared agitated. Mr Agneli stated it sounded occasionally like he was arguing with somebody however Mr Agneli couldn’t see anybody within the house with him.

‘All whereas this was taking place Mr Alunomoh was filming himself, on and off in elements, and subsequently posted clips of that filming onto an Instagram account referred to as Flexing Mike.’

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The court docket heard that he gave himself as much as armed officers when ordered to take action.

In addition to the shell casings, they discovered the weapons on and round two sunloungers.

When interviewed by police, Alunomoh described being ‘managed’ by the voice in his head.

He stated he spent the night on the flat listening to music along with his brother and a number of other pals, together with artists he had signed to his music label.

The subsequent morning the voice had advised him ‘I want you to disturb the peace’, Alunomoh stated, and that he had ‘to fireside till assist got here’.

Armed police move in moments before he is arrestedduring the first pandemic lockdown

Armed police transfer in moments earlier than he’s arrestedduring the primary pandemic lockdown

Michael Alunomoh (pictured) filmed himself shooting from his Chatham balcony at panicked people

Many onlookers called 999

Ftaher-of one Michael Alunomoh filmed himself capturing from his balcony in Chatham, Kent, at panicked folks beneath throughout lockdown

He denied making an attempt to scare anybody and stated he fired into the sky whereas shouting for folks to name police.

Mr Alunomoh later described amassing weapons as a interest and referred to them as ‘males’s toys’.

However he denied desirous to kill or scare anybody that morning, telling police he would have been aiming his weapons if he had.

‘I used to be capturing. I used to be not killing anyone. I used to be simply doing my very own factor as a result of it’s nonetheless in my head. I saved capturing. Bang, bang, bang bang,’ he defined

‘I used to be simply doing it to the sky and shouting ‘Name the police’.’

The jury heard three psychiatrists had all agreed Mr Alunomoh was affected by a psychological well being situation.

He advised police he had been identified with schizophrenia in Nigeria a few yr or two earlier than he got here to the UK in 2013.

The daddy stated he had been prescribed remedy nevertheless it had no impact on him.

Mr Alunomoh had been supported in court docket at earlier hearings by his long-term girlfriend. It was stated he deliberate to return to his household in Birmingham on his launch.

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