Caroline Flack’s family releases star’s unpublished social media post as inquest begins


Flack, the former host of the hit UK reality show "Love Island," died by suicide at her northeast London apartment on February 15 as she awaited trial for an alleged assault of her boyfriend. She was 40. Flack's family said she had been told not to post the message on social media, but they decided to release it via local newspaper Eastern Daily Press."So many untruths were out there but this is how she felt and my family and I would like people to read her own words," said Chris Flack, Caroline's mother."Carrie was surrounded by love and friends but this was just too much for her."In the previously unreleased message, Flack denied that she domestically abused her partner, Lewis Burton, and called the incident an "accident."Flack's lawyer, Paul Morris, said Burton did not support the prosecution, and was a witness, "not a victim," the UK's PA news agency reported at the time of a Read More – Source