Caroline Flack’s ex-fiance says ‘stop pointing fingers at wrong people’

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Caroline Flack’s ex-fiance says ‘stop pointing fingers at wrong people’

Caroline Flack's former fiance Andrew Brady has released a lengthy statement on his Instagram attacking the British media and claiming they should "stop pointing fingers at the wrong people".

Flack, 40, was found dead at her east London flat on Saturday. A lawyer for her family confirmed she took her own life.

Image: Brady posted a picture of Flack on his Instagram, saying 'I love you'

Andrew Brady said prosecutors were not to blame after she was charged with assaulting her boyfriend Lewis Burton.

The former Apprentice star instead blamed a media "witch hunt" for her death, writing: "I would kindly ask you for her mum and her family's that you stop pointing the finger at the wrong people.

"The prosecutors aren't to blame for Caroline's death. They have been the only just people [in] this.


"They are being wrongly blamed for her death. Can't you see. Yes Caroline had problems. Why wouldn't she. You made out to be a monster. A complete witch hunt.

"Every f***ing week. You f***Ing broke her. I won't let you break me no matter what."

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Brady and Flack got engaged after just a few months of dating, but split up shortly afterwards.

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He continued: "For a time in my life I loved that women and I hope she loved me as much as she said. I also want it to be said I have many amazing people in my life. People who love me and had to read lies about me."

Flack was due to stand trial in March for allegedly assaulting her boyfriend Burton, 27, last year, despite him saying he did not support the prosecution.

Lewis Burton shared a picture of himself and Caroline Flack on Instagram stories
Image: On Sunday Lewis Burton said in a statement that his 'heart is broken'
Mollie Grosberg (right) accompanied Flack to court in December
Image: Flack denied the charges against her after appearing in court in December

She entered a not guilty plea to the assault charge at Highbury Corner Magistrates' Court and was released on bail, with conditions that stopped her having any contact with Burton, ahead of a trial in March.

On Sunday, he spoke about her death, posting a statement on Instagram in which he promised to be her "voice" and "ask all the questions".

Brady also mentioned Lewis in his social media post, saying: "Lewis. I'm sorry they broke her and I'm sorry that I have contributed somewhat.

"I loved Caroline as much as you and I saw the real her. I hope you can forgive me. I can't forgive myself."

Brady also apologised to Caroline's mother and family, adding: "But I'm most sorry to her mum Christine, her twin sister Jody, her big brother Paul, her bigger sister Liz and their kids.

"You daughter, you sister and you Aunti was good person. You should be proud of her. They're f***ing innocent and you [the press] wrote bulls*** about her.

"They have to grow up reading this. She didn't f***ing deserve this. She was good person."

Caroline Flack pictured on Valentine's Day. Pic: @molliegroz
Image: Caroline Flack pictured on Valentine's Day – less than 24 hours before her death. Pic: @molliegroz

Brady concluded his furious rant by apologising to Flack.

He said: "I'm so sorry Caroline I tried.

"Christine I tried..she deserved better than this. I'm so you have to deal with Lewis. I am.

"I just wish I could have been better.

"I love you Caroline Flack and I think I always will."

He also posted a picture of Flack with the caption: "Rest in peace Carrie. I love you."

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