Caroline Flack Wiki
(born 9 November 1979) is an English radio and television presenter and domestic abuser. She began her career starring in Bo’ Selecta! in 2002 and has presented various ITV2 spin-off shows such as I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! NOW! from 2009 until 2010 and The Xtra Factor from 2011 until 2013, the latter with Olly Murs (2011–2012) and Matt Richardson (2013).
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Caroline Flack Arrested
TV presenter Caroline Flack has been arrested and charged with assault by beating after reports of an attacked man. Flack, known for hosting shows like Love Island and The X-Factor, was arrested at 5.25 a.m. on Friday after an incident the day before, metropolitan police said. A spokeswoman confirmed that Flack would appear on bail in the Highbury Corner trial court on Monday, December 23. Flack, 40, was charged with assault by beatings. The man was not seriously injured.
A London ambulance service spokeswoman said: “We were called yesterday [Thursday 12 December] at 5.28 am to a residential address in Islington. We treated two people at the scene and took one person to the hospital.”
Caroline Flack arrested and her boyfriend treated for injuries – but cancel culture won’t touch her because she’s a woman.
— Peter Lloyd (@Suffragentleman) December 13, 2019
A spokesman for Flack told PA news agency: “We confirm that police attended Caroline’s home following a private domestic incident. She is cooperating with the appropriate people to resolve matters. We will not be making any further comment for legal reasons.”
Flack has presented several popular television shows. In 2014 he won Strictly Come Dancing and since 2015 he has presented the reality show ITV2 Love Island and the program that accompanies him Aftersun. His arrest came days before Flack flew to South Africa for the Winter series Love Island, which begins on January 8.
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