|Caroline Flack family is publishing the unpublished social media post of the star as the investigation begins|
Flack family said they were asked not to post the message on social media, but they decided to post it through the local daily Daily Press.
“There were a lot of lies there, but that’s how my family and I felt and I would like people to read her own words,” said Caroline’s mother, Chris Flack.
“Carrie was surrounded by love and friends, but that was too much for her.”
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In a letter not previously released, Flack denied that she had offended her partner Lewis Burton, and described the accident as an “accident.”
Flack’s attorney, Paul Morris, said that Burton did not support the prosecution, and was witnessing, “Not a victim,” the BBC reported at the time of an initial hearing in December 2019.
A Burton representative told CNN they would not make any comment at this time.
The release of the letter came from Flack the same day that an investigation was launched at the Poplar Coroner Court in London regarding her death.