Amanda Holden slams ITV over Caroline Flacks death and claims she was thrown to the dogs


AMANDA Holden slammed ITV in a tribute to Caroline Flack following the news of her death.

The Britains Got Talent judge, 48, blasted the company for not showing her the samelevel of consideration, protection, warmth and importance as other artists in our industry who have struggled recently.

Amanda Holden said she was ‘utterly devastated’ by Caroline Flack’s death

It is believed she was referring to the broadcaster standing by Ant McPartlin, 44, after his battle with alcohol and prescription drugs, which included a drunken crash into a family with a young child.

Amandas post on Instagram read: Utterly devastated to hear of the sudden death of this funny bright beautiful young girl.My heart goes out to her family. For Caroline to feel that death was the only way out breaks my heart ….

Anger doesnt even begin to cover how I feel about her being thrown to the dogs like she was ..

Why was she not shown the same level of consideration, protection ,warmth and importance as other artists in our industry who have struggled recently?

Amanda appeared to criticise ITV for ‘failing to stand by’ Caroline in an Instagram post

The pair were both presenters for ITV and appeared to have grown close over the years.

Amandas tribute, posted alongside a photo of her and the former Love Island host continued: There are criminal gaps in the differences. I am certain there is more to her story… I know the truth will out. May she rest in peace and those responsible for this lack of humanity be brave enough to admit their shame.

Ant went on a break from work while he attended rehab and returned to host Im A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! and will be presenting Ant and Decs Saturday Night Takeaway this year with Declan Donnelly.

TV hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby made a touching tribute to the star on Dancing On Ice

Caroline’s boyfriend Lewis Burton says he is ‘heartbroken’ after her death

ITV vowed to stand by him throughout his recovery.

On Sunday Amanda showed she was still thinkingabout her friend as she celebrated her birthday.

A social media post read: Thank you for all my sweet bday messages. Today, more than ever, I hold onto my loved ones.

Her message was posted over a photo of her two daughters Lexi and Hollie.