STAR GETS FLACK
Her ex posts pic of a gag order
CAROLINE Flack’s exfiancé Andrew Brady posted a picture of a non-disclosure deal online. Following reports of the Love Island host’s
arrest for allegedly attacking current boyfriend Lewis Burton, he tweeted: “Sad that I’m not surprised by the news.”
He added the hashtag: “#abusehasnogender.”
There have never been any allegations of abuse during their relationship.
Caroline, 40, has been charged with assault by beating after police were called to her home in north London.
She split from Andrew last December before moving on with new lover Lewis.
The picture of an unverified redacted agreement does not include any names or personal details.
The document, dated March 14, 2018, but unsigned, states: “Due to the nature of your relationship, you may have access to certain confidential and private information.
“You have agreed to enter into the agreement set out in this letter to cover your obligations with respect to the Confidential Information (as defined below) and/or any intellectual property rights disclosed/acquired or accessed during the Appointment.”
A representative for Caroline said: “Any suggestion Mr Brady has made that our client is in any way abusive would be false and defamatory.”
Andrew said he could “neither confirm nor deny” the post and had nothing else to say. A non-disclosure agreement is typically drawn up between two parties who want to keep information secret. Caroline was bailed to appear at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court on December 23.
It is claimed she threw her phone at tennis player Lewis, 27, after finding alleged flirty texts on his mobile. Lewis shared a loved-up photo of the pair on Saturday as he broke his silence. Caroline is said to fear for her career. A source said it was an “absolute nightmare” so near to the start of Love Island Winter in January. ITV has not commented.
■ LOVE SPLIT: With former fiancé Brady
TOGETHER: Lewis posted this snap on Instagram yesterday. Left, Saturday’s Star