Who was Caroline Flack(Suicide)? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Career, Cause of Death, Instagram, Net Worth-wikibiouk

Who was Caroline Flack(Suicide)? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Career, Cause of Death, Instagram, Net Worth

Caroline Flack Wiki – Biography

Caroline Flack was found hanged at her Stoke Newington, North London at home.

She died just a day after learning the CPS was going ahead with her trial on a charge of assault by beating stemming from an alleged bust-up with boyfriend Lewis Burton in December 2019.

An inquest into her death resumed at Poplar Coroner’s Court in London this morning for a second day before Senior Coroner Mary Hassell.

Caroline Flack Age

Caroline Flack died in February at the age of 40.

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Cause of Death

Caroline Flack’s death has been ruled a suicide following an inquest in London today. The Love Island host, 40, was found hanged at her Stoke Newington, North London, home on February 15 this year. The inquest into Caroline Flack’s death took place over two days at Poplar Coroner’s Court in London.

She died just a day after learning the CPS was going ahead with her trial on a charge of assault by beating stemming from an alleged bust-up with boyfriend Lewis Burton in December 2019.

An inquest into her death resumed at Poplar Coroner’s Court in London this morning for a second day before Senior Coroner Mary Hassell.

Caroline’s family, including her mother Christine and twin sister Jody, attended the inquest via video link.

At the end of today’s hearing, the coroner ruled it was suicide.

She told the court: “The key decision for me to make is whether Caroline took her own life.

“I have to be satisfied she acted in a way so as to cause her death, and secondly that she intended to cause her death.

“In Caroline’s case, I am entirely satisfied she intended to cause her own death.

“She hanged herself. She had only one expectation – her own death.

“There’s no doubt in my mind at all.”

During the inquest, the court heard that Caroline had left a note for her boyfriend on the day of her death.

It expressed her desire to end the assault case and get her romance with Burton back on track.

The note read: “Please let this court case be dropped and myself and Lewis find harmony.”

The court also heard how Caroline had taken an overdose on the night before her court appearance in December.

She was also treated by paramedics the night before her death after her friends called an ambulance to her home, but the telly presenter refused to be taken to hospital for treatment.

The court heard that Caroline’s assault case was going to be dealt with as a caution – which would have stopped her case going to court – until police appealed the prosecutor’s decision.

Caroline’s mum Christine was given the opportunity to ask questions of one of the police officers involved in the case, Detective Inspector Lauren Bateman.

She told the officer Caroline “killed her herself” because of the police’s decision to appeal.

Christine went on: “I just think you should be disgusted with yourself. I hope in hindsight you do regret this…

“You never saw Caroline. You never saw any evidence. You went on a drunken phone call from a man.”

The former Love Island host, 40, took her own life at her flat in Stoke Newington, north-east London on February 15 days after learning her trial over an alleged attack on boyfriend Lewis Burton was going ahead.

“It is normal practice for prosecutors to hold a debriefing in complex or sensitive cases after they have ended.

In the aftermath of the tragedy, the Crown Prosecution Service said in a statement: “Our thoughts remain with the family and friends of Caroline Flack.

“This has taken place and found that the case was handled appropriately and in line with our published legal guidance.”

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She was charged with assault by beating after a row at her London flat with Burton.

Caroline pleaded not guilty and her boyfriend always maintained her innocence, while her family slammed prosecutors for pursuing the case against the star – calling it a “show trial”.

She stepped down from hosting Love Island, and in an unpublished Instagram post released by her family after her death, Caroline said her “whole world and future was swept from under my feet” after her arrest.

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