Peaches Geldof's husband Thomas Cohen is too traumatised to return to their marital home where she was found dead in April.
Peaches Geldof's husband is too traumatised to return to their marital home following her death.
Musician Thomas Cohen has reportedly not visited the couple's £1.2 mansion in Wrotham, Kent, in 15 weeks after he discovered his wife's body slumped on a bed from a heroin overdose in April.
Thomas and his sons, Astala, two, and 15-month-old Phaedra, are now staying with his parents in Eltham, south London.
A neighbour told the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''Thomas hasn't been back to the house for a long time. Whenever he needs something, he gets his mum to pick it up.
''He is haunted by what has happened and is constantly reminded of Peaches and the happy times they shared, as well as the moment he found her.
''He has told friends he wants to sell it when he has the strength. But the house has remained empty for the majority of the time since she passed away.''
Earlier this week, an inquest into Peaches' death was told the 25-year-old mother-of-two had begun taking high purity heroin again in February after two-and-a-half years using substitute drug methadone.
Drugs paraphernalia, including knotted tights, a capped syringe with brown residue in the main chamber and burnt spoons, were found in the home.
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