New details about Caroline Flack‘s final days are being uncovered.
According to multiple reports, an ambulance was called to the Love Island host’s London home the night before she died.
“We were called shortly after 22:30 on February 14 to a residential property,” a London Ambulance Service spokesperson shared in a statement to E! News. “Crews attended and, following a clinical assessment, the person was not taken to hospital. Due to patient confidentially we cannot comment further.”
News broke on Saturday that Caroline had passed away. She was 40 years old. A lawyer for Caroline’s family confirmed the TV host took her own life and was found in her east London flat.
“We can confirm that our Caroline passed away today on the 15th February,” her family said in a statement to the Press Association. “We would ask that the press both respect the privacy of the family at this difficult time.”
Caroline’s boyfriend Lewis Burton would later break his silence with a heartfelt post on Instagram.
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“My heart is broken,” he shared with special photo. “We had something so special. I am so lost for words I am in so much pain I miss you so much I know you felt safe with me you always said I don’t think about anything else when I am with you and I was not allowed to be there this time I kept asking and asking.”
Lewis added, “I will be your voice baby I promise I will ask all the questions you wanted and I will get all the answers nothing will bring you back but I will try make you proud everyday. I love you with all my heart.”
Caroline’s death comes two months after she announced that she was stepping down as host of Love Island, a reality show she hosted since its debut in 2015.
“Everybody at Love Island and ITV is shocked and saddened by this desperately sad news,” a spokesperson for ITV later shared. “Caroline was a much loved member of the Love Island team and our sincere thoughts and condolences are with her family and friends.”
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