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One friend said this was not the first time he had tried to kill himself, adding: 'He had tried this before by crashing his car.'Sources say he suffered financial problems and mental health difficulties as Zoe followed Depression Awareness and Anxiety UK on Twitter.

And in his final tragic tweet Mr Yates said a book about depression titled How To Save Time had given him 'reasons to stay alive.' But neighbours saw no sign of anything amiss, with one spotting the Antiques Roadshow cameraman laughing and smiling as he bought a soft drink from a corner shop hours before he killed himself. It's just very, very sad.'The BBC has given Radio 2 DJ Zoe time off the grieve, with Kate Thornton hosting Saturday's 3pm show in her place.

When we opened here about four months ago he came in and welcomed us and wanted to see the food we were serving.'He was a lovely man and one of our best customers. He was just a real decent guy.'Mr Ali, 47, said he saw police cars arriving outside the flat where Mr Yates lived around 6pm on Thursday.'The cars were in the road and the men seemed to be looking for an address. It is really sad to think that he has gone at such a young age.'Naridner Parashar, 82, who runs a newsagents in a parade of shops close to Mr Yates' home, said he often called in to buy a newspaper.'He was so good looking and very fit and healthy. A couple who live above Billy's flat described him as happy who had lived there for about 18 months.

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I've had a bit of a year of self-discovery.' As well as his camera work on Antiques Roadshow, Mr Yates has also worked on ITV's The Xtra Factor.

They said: 'Police were called at 6.40pm on Thursday, May 4 to a residential address in Putney following reports of a man found deceased.'Officers and the London Ambulance Service attended.

A man believed to be aged 40 was pronounced dead at the scene.

Her husband who works in the corner shop downstairs said he last saw Mr Yates at 10am yesterday morning when he bought a large bottle of soft drink. He seem completely normal like when I saw him before.' A small bunch of flowers with a note 'To our Billy' was left by a friend at the front door of the flat.

He said: 'We just met like we normally do and chatted. A Metropolitan Police spokesman told Mail Online that Mr Yates' death was not being treated as suspicious, but would not divulge details of how he had died.

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