Well-known television and radio presenter Fearne Cotton went to Instagram to express that she was not able to get used to living in a world without Caroline Flack.
Cotton shared a nature shot and added a lengthy caption totally devoted to her presenter fellow, Flack who took her own life a year ago, on 15 February 2020, when she was just 40. Cotton began her message as follows:
“It’s a year since Caroline passed away. In the last 12 months, I have thought about her and talked to her a lot.”
As known, it was reported that Cotton had killed herself because of the assaults and bullying regarding; what’s more, British Labour Party accused social media networks “for failing to prevent harassment and bullying” by pointing out the hate crimes that targetted Flack. Regarding that issue, Cotton added:
“I wish we could say that in the past year there has been more kindness. That we’ve looked at each other with less judgement and more compassion. That online bullying and press intrusion has abated but sadly I don’t think it’s true.”
The well-known media personality encouraged her fans & followers to remember that many people have inner battles; according to her, suppositions regarding other people are just destructive and divisive. After urging everyone to keep kindness in their hearts, she concluded:
“Sending so much love and strength to Caroline’s family and close friends today. 🙏🏼”
As soon as Cotton had released the post, many Instagram users, including well-known British TV personalities, stated that there should be a regulation to control journalists/media outlets acts.