Multiple media outlets are reporting emergency services were called to Caroline Flack's home the night before she was found dead.
According to E! News, an ambulance service spokesperson said in a statement that crews were called to a London property at 10.30pm on Valentine's Day, where they assessed a person but did not take them to hospital.
Flack was found dead in her home on February 15. UK tabloid The Sun reports she died not long after her best friend left the house after having stayed the night with her.
Friends and family were reportedly becoming increasingly worried about Flack's mental health after she learned prosecutors would not drop the assault case against her.
She stepped down from her role hosting UK reality show Love Island after being arrested and charged with assaulting her boyfriend Lewis Burton late last year.
In 2018, The Daily Mail reported that Andrew Brady, Flack's fiance at the time, had called emergency services claiming Flack had threatened to take her own life.
Following her death, Flack's current boyfriend Burton spoke out about her death in an emotional Instagram post in which he promised he would "be her voice".
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