Nick Ferrari calls it "insanity" to blame the media for Caroline Flack's deathFeb 18, 2020
when you notice it's gone to four hundred and forty five thousand signatures now for the Lord of Caroline let me tell you what Caroline's law is and I understand that the
deathof someone who eats the young of forty is young to me is horrible and people react with understandable Worry but listen to the law they want or these people want it to be a criminal offense not unlike two corporate homicides for the British
mediato knowingly and relentlessly intimidate a person, whether they are on the public view or not, to the point that they take their own lives, what was the intimidation of the police? the police got caught because it would appear this young lady reportedly hit her boyfriend over the head with a lamp and there was a lot of blood sadly sadly we will never know the truth now of course are you saying eight quotes a star something happens you never want knowing what happened where the bullying was but i'm sorry ok how is it going to be beats any of those fans i can't say that because i have never, never watched an episode of love ireland and i have no intention of watching it so i don't know but Force Yard's
deathis absolutely tragic as I heard on Saturday night that my heart im
mediately went out to his family and friends.
It's horrible, but put it in context. It's not the media, and again, I don't say this out of any guilt. This young woman, understandably, sought to spread her fame. she did a lot of interviews, she posed for a lot of photos, she did the whole thing, she interviewed, that's what you do, sadly her emotional health wasn't strong enough to take it, that's the tragedy and this madness we would have, Caroline's law , it would be a crime is similar to the corporate man knowingly and relentlessly intimidating a person where was the intimidation? that's a star that's in the news.
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