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It is understood, however, that it wasn’t until 1977 that Prenter started to work for the band and he later became Mercury’s personal assistant as well as his lover.
Rooms are fitted with a mini-bar, a coffee maker and a pantry along with a microwave, a fridge and glassware.But it is understood that Prenter wasn’t fired until 1986 — the year after Live Aid.One insider said: “There was more to the breakdown of their relationship than a row over how bad Prenter was at passing on messages.” In another apparent departure from the facts, in the movie Prenter’s ‘kiss and tell’ about Mercury comes before Live Aid in an interview on television, not in a newspaper, and he didn’t sell his story to The Sun until 1987.Prenter hosted a series of evening shows on Downtown including Soul Train, featuring soul music, and Yesterplay, which focused on hits from the past.But the timeline in Bohemian Rhapsody has been adapted to show Prenter meeting Mercury for the first time in 1975 in a riverside bar when he was in the employ of Queen’s manager John Reid.
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Paul Prenter is cast as the ‘villain’ of Bohemian Rhapsody, which focuses on the gay love affair that developed from his working relationship with the flamboyant star, who at first tried to keep his sexuality a secret.