Caroline Flack ‘left note to boyfriend Lewis Burton’ on day of her death, inquest hears

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Caroline Flack is believed to have left a note to her boyfriend Lewis Burton on the day of her death, an inquest into her death has heard.

The Love Island star’s inquest resumed on Wednesday 5 August at Popular Coroner’s Court in London with her family, including her sister Jody and mother Christine, and witnesses giving their testimony attending via video link.

Lawyers representing the Crown Prosecution Service, Metropolitan Police and London Ambulance Service also watching the proceedings online.

During the hearing, it was revealed a member of the ambulance crew who attended the scene found a hand-written note placed on an open magazine on the coffee table in her north London home.

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It referenced “Lewis”, which is believed to be Caroline’s boyfriend Lewis Burton.

It has been reported the note read: “I hope me and Lewis can one day find harmony,” according to Evening Standard.

The inquest also heard a witness statement from Stephen Teasdale, the father of Caroline’s friend Louise.

Stephen said he went to the scene after Caroline’s sister Jody phoned Louise to say she couldn’t get into the TV star’s home.



He said: “We came to the flat and tried to force entry. We thought about phoning the police but knew the landlady… We got the key and let ourselves into the flat.”

Stephen then said he found Caroline’s lifeless body hanged.

He continued: “I brought her (down) and Jody started CPR.

“We were giving CPR for somewhere between five and ten minutes, then the police took over.”

Paramedic David O’Toole then said how he had entered the property later and saw two distraught women sitting on the sofa.

David said the victim appeared to have been “dead for a number of hours” and claimed the women said they last saw her alive at 10.30am that same day.

Caroline’s family announced she had died on February 15 this year, hours after she discovered the CPS would be going ahead with the trial against her, which her management later labelled as a "show trial".

At the end of last year, Caroline was arrested on suspicion of assault by beating following an incident at her home with her boyfriend Lewis, 28.

Caroline plead not guilty to the charges and Lewis insisted he did not support the case against her.

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