Caroline Flack found dead in her house on 15th February, was this a suicide case, murder or depression case.
Caroline Flack, the previous hostess of the famous British fact TV program “Love Island,” found dead, her family members verified that on Saturday.
Caroline Flack, age 40, died by suicide and her dead body was discovered found in her east London apartment Saturday, a lawyer for the family said to PA Media.
Flack’s death was validated by her family and friends with sorrow.
A family announcement reads: “We can confirm that our Caroline passed away today on the 15th February sadly Caroline Flack found dead in her room.
“We would ask that the press please respect the secrecy of the family at this hard time,we would ask they do no effort to contact us and/or photograph us anytime soon.”
Flack entertained the series from its origin in 2015 until last December when she was credited with assault after an event at her home. She declared not guilty to attacking her 27-year-old boyfriend, Lewis Burton.
At the time, she stated that “Love Island” had been her “world” for the past five years, adding: “It’s the best show on telly.”
ITV, which sets on the show, called her a “much-loved member of the pair.
“Everybody at Love Island and ITV is horrified and depressed by this seriously sad news,” ITV2 tweeted. “Our faithful cares and sympathies are with her family and friends who lost our loving caroline.”
Burton gave recognition to his “voice” on Instagram. Alongside a photo of the couple, he inscribed: “My heart is broken we had something so special.
“I am so succumbed for words I am in so much agony I need you so much I know you felt safe with me you always told I don’t think about anything else when I am with you and I was not permitted to be there this time I kept asking and asking.”
Amber Gill said, one of last year’s winners, simply wrote: “I’m heartbroken.”
Amber Davies, who was a victor along with Kem Cetinay through a 2017 season, tweeted: “My heart is actually broken.”