Caroline Flack, former Love Island presenter, found dead | ITV NewsFeb 18, 2020
we've laughed with you we've cried with you but most of all we've fallen in
lovewith you Caroline Flack was synonymous with ITV's hit reality show Love Island as the host of five series in which she became one of TV's most popular personalities, but the woman 40-year-old was
deadtoday at her home in east London. Her family's lawyer has confirmed that she took her own life in a statement. They said that we can confirm that our Caroline passed away today, February 15th. Please respect the family's privacy at this difficult time. Caroline Flack co-hosted X-Factor and won a series of Strictly Come Dancing before becoming the host of Loved Islands in 2015.
She stepped down from that role late last year after Accused of assaulting her partner, she appeared in court in December to plead not guilty. Her boyfriend, tennis player and model Lewis Burton, had said that he wanted the case against her to be dropped, but that was not the case and her trial had to continue. Tonight, Caroline Flax's management team criticized prosecutors for what they described as a show trial as part of her bail conditions. Caroline Flack was told not to contact her boyfriend. She posted a message on Instagram just before Christmas saying that this kind of scrutiny and speculation is a lot. take on for one person to do it alone tonight there was huge excitement on social media people reacted to the
newsof his death fellow tv hosts Ant & Dec said on Twitter its beyond sad beyond words Caroline's so tragic friend and replacement as
presenteron Love Island wrote I'm trying to find the words but I can't and Phillip Schofield shared a post on Instagram that read: poor poor dear girl my heart is breaking repeating his own words Caroline from a previous post, be nice.
Tonight, the first flowers were left on the pavement outside Caroline Flax's
formerhome as family friends and fans begin to express their surprise.
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