“Be nice to people. You never know what’s going on”

The presenter, 40, previously spoke of her struggles with mental health, writing online.

Caroline Flack’s death is a travesty, and more complicated than many would like to admit

She was a woman who had worked hard at an impressive career and who never really got the recognition she deserved

Flack wasn’t a person barely out of their teens who was thrust into the spotlight without due preparation and left to fend for themselves. She was a woman who had worked hard at an impressive career and who never really got the recognition she deserved. Her death is an undeniable travesty, and more complicated than the media would like to admit. But her life was one wrongly defined by the tabloids and the trolls. How sad, how unjust, how infuriating that her life and work are only being appreciated now that she has gone.

Caroline Flack’s death is a travesty, and more complicated than many would like to admit https://www.telegraph.co.uk/tv/2020/02/15/caroline-flacks-death-travesty-complicated-many-would-like-admit/

“The death of Love Island presenter Caroline Flack should be a salutary lesson for our treatment of celebrities” Writes Michael Hogan

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