Kerry Katona broke when she discussed the tragic death of Caroline Flack, who took her own life on Saturday.
The Atomic Kitten star, 39, burst into tears when she was asked about the deceased Love Island host while she appeared on Sky News Monday.
Caroline, 40, was found dead in her house by her father Ian after she had taken her own life while the friend who was staying with her “came to the stores.”
Emotional: Kerry Katona broke when she appeared on Sky News on Monday discussing the tragic death of Caroline Flack, who took her own life on Saturday
Kerry was asked about their friendship after sharing private messages between the couple, in which they spoke about father’s rights organization, Fathers 4 Justice.
Caroline had sent Kerry, 39, a message on Instagram a week after she was accused of attacking her friend Lewis Burton, 27.
The former presenter of Love Island asked the singer “How did you deal with fathers for justice?” before adding ‘they are horrible x’.
Tragic loss: Caroline, 40, was found dead in her house by her father Ian after she had taken her own life while the friend who was staying with her “came to the stores”
The campaign group launched a damning social media campaign about Caroline days after she was charged. This included sharing a photo of her with a sign saying: “This is what a domestic abuser looks like. #abusehasnogender ‘.
When asked about their correspondence on Sky News, Kerry walked up as she mused: ‘This is what really upset me, I know what it feels like to feel so low. And if someone reaches out to you like that, I felt I couldn’t do that, I didn’t help her enough. “
She fought the tears and went on: “Her death cannot be in vain and we must stand together and show people what it is like for people like me and Caroline in this industry where you make a mistake and you can’t even make that mistake in privacy.”
Campaign: Kerry revealed that Flack reached out to her after being targeted by Fathers For Justice with a campaign against domestic violence against men in her lawsuit
Shared: Kerry was asked about their friendship after sharing private messages between the couple, in which they spoke about father’s rights organization, Fathers 4 Justice
She went on: “I know what it feels like when you lose all your contracts and everyone turns against you, it’s horrible and the fact that she contacted me was because Fathers for Justice did the same to her as she did.”
“We are people, we learn from our mistakes, but the fact is that Caroline was not allowed to learn from her situation and it makes me so angry.”
Later in the interview, Kerry attributed to her five children that she had saved her life.
She said: “If I had not had my children, I would probably have done something like Caroline and that is so serious.
‘We are in the spotlight, but if you cut us, we will bleed, we are not superhuman. I have psychological problems, I have bipolar. ”
Apologies: Kerry wrote a long post on social media on Sunday, in which he apologized if she had offended anyone with her messages
Caroline took her own life on Saturday after a worried friend who was staying with her went to the shops and left her alone in her London apartment.
The production friend could not go back into the flat when she returned.
She called Caroline’s father Ian who had access to the flat where he found the body of the star.
Her management team has since described her as “vulnerable” and criticized the CPS for continuing a pending lawsuit, despite her friend Lewis who said he did not want to file a complaint.
He said she had hit him with a lamp in her former home in Islington in December, and as part of her bail, the couple were not allowed to contact each other.
Kerry’s interview came after she shared screenshots of her messages with Caroline.
She wrote: “I’m not sure if I’m doing well here, printing a private conversation between myself @carolineflack, but I really want to show what effects people @ f4jofficial have had on women like me and @carolineflack and many more people must see what he did! “
“The way the press and the sick play with our mental health is so wrong !!!!
‘They just go out of what they read or hear in the newspapers only one side of a story! To Caroline’s family I send you all my love, power and light to you !!
“Please, let’s stand together and eliminate the stigma of mental health and stop bullying !!!! We are not all strong! “
Low: When asked about their correspondence on Sky News, Kerry rose up while she mused: “This is what really upset me, I know what it feels like to feel so low.”
Kerry claimed that Fathers for Justice was her target even after the death of her husband George Kay.
He died last year at the age of 39 from a suspected drug overdose.
The singer’s long post also referred to her loss of her TV advertising deal with Iceland and contracts with OK magazine.
She wrote: ‘I feel so strong about this. I am so sorry to offend anyone with these messages, but I will not be silenced, “after she admitted she was” in pieces “and” couldn’t stop crying. “
Fight: She fought tears and continued: “Her death cannot be in vain and we must stand together and show people what it is like for people like me and Caroline in this industry”
A spokesperson for Fathers for Justice said to MailOnline: ‘Fathers4Justice has been running the #AbuseHasNoGender campaign for several years now, focusing on male victims of domestic violence.
“The hashtag was shared in December last year by Caroline Flack’s former partner, Andrew Brady, after Flack’s arrest for abusing her boyfriend, Lewis Burton.
“We have published a draft advertisement in response to the undisputed facts and its upcoming abuse process, since domestic violence against men is a serious and under-reported problem.
‘1 in 3 victims of domestic violence is male. F4J is known for its campaign work and it is perfectly appropriate for us to comment on such matters and matters of general interest. We have never broken any rules or guidelines for social media. “
“It would be inappropriate to comment further than to say that this is an absolute drama and unnecessary loss.”
If you are struck by this story, call the Samaritans 24/7 on 116 123 or go to www.samaritans.org
Sad loss: Caroline took her own life on Saturday after a worried friend who stayed with her went to the shops and left her alone in her flat in London