Caroline Flack’s ex Danny Cipriani ‘never cried so much’ after ‘missing call’
Caroline Flack's ex-boyfriend Danny Cipriani says he's "never cried so much" as he revealed he missed a phone call from the tragic star.
Former Love Island host Caroline, who dated the rugby player for eight weeks last year, was found dead at her London home yesterday. She was 40.
A lawyer for the Flack family confirmed that Caroline took her own life.
A family spokesperson said: "We can confirm that our Caroline passed away today on the 15th February.
"We would ask that the press respect the privacy of the family at this difficult time."
After being targeted with abuse online by someone who accused him of trying to use Caroline's death to get attention, the 32-year-old sportsman hit back.
He wrote: "You couldn’t be more misguided. I don’t know who you are. I sincerely hope u get the love you never received.
"This has nothing to do with a game. I missed her call because of a f*****g game. I’ve been up all night. Never cried this much. But I’m showing u it’s ok to be vulnerable"
It's not known when the call Danny is referring to was made, but on Friday, he played for Gloucester in a game against Exeter.
It comes after reports that Caroline was seen by paramedics at her home the day before she was found dead.
It's believed Caroline was given a clinical assessment by paramedics when they were called to her flat on Valentine's Day, just one day before she died.
She was not taken to hospital.
A London Ambulance Service spokesperson said: "We were called shortly after 22:30 on 14 February to a residential property on Northwold Road, N16.
"Crews attended and, following a clinical assessment, the person was not taken to hospital. Due to patient confidentiality we cannot comment further."
Caroline died less than 24 hours later.
A London Ambulance Service spokesperson said: "We were called shortly before 14:30 on 15 February to a residential property in Northwold Road, N16.
"Crews – including an incident response officer and advanced paramedic – attended. Sadly, a person was pronounced dead at the scene."
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