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Love Island Caroline Flack arrested and charged with assault after alleged late night bust-up at London home

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Police have arrested and charged Love Island host Caroline Flack following an assault after a late-night bust-up at her home.

Met Police have today confirmed that they have charged the Love Island presenter has been charged with assault by beating following an incident in the early hours of yesterday morning.

Until the true facts are known surrounding this incident we will not speculate on the circumstances surrounding this incident.

A Met Police spokesperson said officers had been called to a domestic disturbance and a 27-year-old man required medical treatment after suffering minor injuries.

A statement said: “Caroline Flack, 40, of Islington was charged on Friday, 13 December with assault by beating. She will appear on bail at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court on Monday, 23 December.

“This follows an incident at approximately 05:25hrs on Thursday, 12 December after reports of a man being assaulted. He was not seriously injured.”

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