Young star of Britain’s Got Talent act Stavros Flatley is arrested after police find a ‘cannabis factory’ worth over £50,000 in his London flat

The youngest member of popular Britain’s Got Talent dance act Stavros Flatley has been arrested after a police drugs bust.

It is alleged that officers found a cannabis factory worth £56,000 in the north London flat of Lagi Demetriou, 20, who appeared on the talent show with his father Demetri, in 2009.

Firefighters are reported to have stumbled across a watering system for 460 plants at the property in Enfield, when they were investigating reports of a leak.


Lagi and Demetri charmed audiences with their bizarre ‘Greek Riverdance’ routines and it is believed that the son, who was 13 when he appeared on BGT, used the money earned during his time in the spotlight to buy the £295,000 flat.

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