The teenage son of Australian musician Nick Cave has died after falling over 100 feet from cliffs in East Sussex.
15-year-old, Arthur Cave, was found by passers-by yesterday evening
moments after falling down a sheer drop along Marine Drive at Ovingdean Gap. He was taken by air ambulance to hospital in Brighton - but later died from his injuries.
The family of Nick Cave - Arthur's twin brother Earle, and mother, Susie Bick have paid tribute to him, saying "He was our beautiful, happy loving boy".
Derek Johnson reports....
A 15-year-old boy who sadly died after having fallen from the cliffs at Ovingdean Gap has been identified as Arthur Cave of Lewes Crescent, Brighton.
Arthur was found with life threatening injuries on the underpass of Ovingdean Gap at 6pm on Tuesday. He died later that evening of his injuries in hospital. The death is not being treated as suspicious.
His parents Nick and Susie Cave have paid tribute to their son. They said: "Our son Arthur died on Tuesday evening. He was our beautiful, happy loving boy.
"We ask that we be given the privacy our family needs to grieve at this difficult time."
The son of Australian singer Nick Cave has died after falling from a cliff in East Sussex.
Arthur Cave was found at the bottom of the cliff at Ovingdean Gap in Sussex yesterday evening.
Police have confirmed the 15-year-old's death.
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