A British TV presenter took her own life after learning she was to be prosecuted for allegedly assaulting her boyfriend. According to CNN, friends of Caroline Flack say she had believed the case would be dropped. Coroner Mary Hassell said on Thursday that the way the case "played out in the national press" was 'incredibly difficult for her.' Flack's assault on her boyfriend, 27-year-old Lewis Burton, took place when Burton was sleeping.
A coroner has ruled that television presenter Caroline Flack killed herself athome after discovering she was definitely going to be prosecuted for allegedlyassaulting her boyfriend. The Love Island presenter was found dead at herLondon home in February. The previous day, she had found out she would beprosecuted for allegedly assaulting her boyfriend.
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