Caroline Flack is found lifeless in her apartment, former Love Island hostess. Caroline Flack was waiting for a trial at the Highbury Corner Magistrates Court, with a serious accusation of assaulting her boyfriend Lewis Burton
They found Caroline Flack lifeless in her apartment this February 15, she was only 40 years old. Her family made a statement where they reported: “We can confirm that our Caroline lost her life today February 15, we ask that the press respect the privacy of the family at this difficult time,” the world lost to one of the stars of television British
Caroline Flack conducted a super popular program in England on ITV2 and was called “Love Island.” She was accused of assaulting her boyfriend Lewis Burton and there was very little left for her to have her trial, because this December she accused her of hitting her with a lamp.
She was arrested last December and was released on bail, awaiting trial at the Highbury Corner Magistrates Court. This same January, Laura Whitmore was her replacement in the series of her winter version: “Winter Love Island”, since she could not attend the program in these conditions. So far it is not known how she lost her life.
Before they found her lifeless, her boyfriend, model and tennis player Lewis Burton posted a photograph of them together on her official Instagram and accompanied him with a few words of love: “Happy Valentine … I love you.”
The last time Caroline Flack posted something on her social networks was last Thursday, February 13, where she shared a collage of photos of her and her puppy accompanied with an emoji at heart, after her boyfriend of just 27 years Age will contact you on the platform to share your photos. That day she had announced that she would soon break the silence about her personal situation.
Love Island is a series of British reality dating. It is a revival of previous celebrity series of the same name, which were aired for two series in 2005 and 2006 on ITV. The series is narrated by Iain Stirling, and was presented by Caroline Flack until 2019, Laura Whitmore began presenting the series in 2020 for the above mentioned. In 2018, she won a BAFTA award for the best reality and spectacle of constructed facts.