“I never want this to stop snoring”: Caroline Flack’s best friend shares Instagram video of sleeping French Bulldog Ruby from the island’s host she has been taking care of since her death
- Caroline Flack’s friend Mollie Grosberg has posted a video of the dog of the deceased star
- She takes care of Ruby the dog after the presenter’s death last Saturday
- Caroline’s last Instagram post contained pictures of her and her beloved pet
- Call 116 123 or visit www.samaritans.org to contact the Samaritans
Caroline Flack’s heartbroken friend today shared a video of the deceased presenter’s dog, which she takes care of after the tragic death of the star.
TV producer Mollie Grosberg posted a clip on Instagram of Miss Flack’s dog, Ruby, accompanied by the words: “I never want this to stop snoring.”
Just a day before she died, the former presenter of Love Island posted her last Instagram photo on which she hugged her beloved pet with a love heart on it.
Just a day before she died, the former Love Island presenter posted her last Instagram photo, on which she hugged her beloved pet, with a love heart on it
Caroline Flack’s girlfriend, Mollie Grosberg, previously posted this photo of them on Instagram alongside an emotional tribute in which she said: “I kissed your head yesterday and it was the last time and it was the most valuable feeling”
TV producer Mollie Grosberg posted a video on Instagram of Miss Flack’s dog, Ruby, accompanied by the words: “I never want this snoring to stop.”
Mrs. Grosberg had placed a photo of Miss Flack on Valentine’s Day, the day before her death, on which she showed a television set, apparently in the flat in North London, where she was staying with another friend, Lou Teasdale.
Mrs. Grosberg posted the photo on Instagram and said: “Our funny valentine brought us cookies and oat milk this year.”
She said she was now taking care of Miss Flack’s dog Ruby and said, “Ruby is the only thing that makes us laugh.”
In today’s heart-wrenching photo, Mrs. Grosberg left Ruby asleep on a bed.
The former host of Love Island was found dead in her flat Saturday afternoon, the day after she was told that the CPS had filed a lawsuit against her.
The beloved TV star had struck the Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court in North London on December 23 that he was not guilty of abuse and was on trial on March 4.
Yesterday, Miss Flack’s mother released an unpublished Instagram post written by the star in the days before her death, in which she said her arrest meant her entire world had “collapsed.”
The presenter insisted on the heartbreaking message that she was not a domestic abuser and that her alleged attack on friend Lewis Burton was an accident.
Mrs. Grosberg posted this photo of her husband Maxwell Grant with Ruby, Mrs. Flack’s dog, whom they now take care of after the death of the troubled TV star on Saturday
Mrs. Grosberg, a TV producer, placed this photo of Caroline Flack in an Instagram story. It was the last photo of Miss Flack, taken on Valentine’s Day, just a few hours before she died
Caroline often shared photos of her French Bulldog with her followers on social media
In the message, shared by her mother Chris, the star explained how her “whole world and future was swept under my feet” in the 24 hours after her arrest.
In the post, Miss Flack revealed that she “had had some sort of emotional breakdown for a long time,” and that she and her family “couldn’t take it anymore.”
The 40-year-old was planning to post the message on social media and had shown it to her mother at the end of January, but was advised not to share it with her millions of followers.
Flack said she “took responsibility for what happened that night,” but said it had been an accident and “she was NOT a housekeeper.”
Yesterday an investigation was opened into the death of Miss Flack, who heard that she had been hanged at her home.
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The full message that Caroline Flack wrote and was advised not to post on social media
Flack’s mother shared the message in her local newspaper, the Eastern Daily Press, in Norfolk, where Flack grew up.
For many people arrested for common attacks is an extreme way to have a kind of spiritual awakening, but for me it has become normal.
I have pressed the snooze button on many tensions in my life – for my entire life. I accept shame and poisonous opinions about my life for over 10 years and have told myself that it is all part of my work. Do not complain.
The problem with brushing things under the carpet is … they’re still there and someday someone will lift that carpet and all you’re going to feel is shame and shame.
On December 12, 2019, I was arrested for a common attack on my friend … Within 24 hours, my whole world and future were swept under my feet and all the walls that I had taken so long to build around me collapsed. Suddenly I am on a different kind of stage and everyone sees it happening.
I have always taken responsibility for what happened that night. Even at night. But the truth is … It was an accident.
I have had a kind of emotional breakdown for a long time.
But I am NOT a domestic abuser. We had a fight and an accident happened. An accident. The blood that SOLD to a newspaper was MY blood and that was something very sad and very personal.
The reason I have it today is because my family can’t take it anymore. I lost my job. My house. My ability to speak. And the truth has been taken from my hands and used as entertainment.
I can’t spend every day hiding and told that I shouldn’t say or speak to anyone.
I am so sorry for my family for what I brought them and for what my friends had to endure.
I don’t think about ‘how I will get my career back’. I am thinking about how I will get back mine and the life of my family.