DJ Adam Neat Losses Life in Accident on Bali Holiday

The top ranking, 43 years old young Australian DJ Adam Neat was in holiday at Bali when he found dead on the Indonesian island on Saturday while he was trying to help a stricken friend.

The DJ professionally known as Adam Sky, had suffered several broken bones after crashing through a glass door of Bali luxury hotel villa to help his friend named, Zoia Lukiantceva who fell four meters from their private pool area while she was naked, broke her leg.

Reportedly Neat sliced his arm and died of blood loss when he crashed through a glass door of Hill-stone Villas Resort.

“Relatives and friends of Adam are travelling to Bali (on Sunday) and handling all arrangements,” said his management.

“We ask you to respect the families privacy at this moment while we all come to terms with our tragic loss.”

Neat was a regular top ranked DJ in the top three Asia-based DJs, according to his website.

He has more than 900000 followers and his fans are paying tribute to him by posting status.

“A crazy, inspiring and massively big hearted person had sadly left us and a big hole behind. RIP Adam.”

“JUICE Magazine Asia called him out as the “rising Aussie superstar DJ”, and clear why he is one of the most sought after dance music artists in Asia today,” the DJ’s website declares.

The former ABC journalist and business leader Gary Neat, DJ’s father was reportedly travelling to Bali on Sunday night.

Police has doubt that alcohol may also be reason of this brutal accident. Because of privacy and security issue police did not give anymore details to media yet.

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