TV Host's Stalker Will Face Investigation

A 39-year-old man has been arrested by the Met Police for stalking Xtra Factor presenter Caroline Flack, and will face further investigation.

Caroline Flack

TV presenter Caroline Flack is said to be "relieved" after police arrested a man who has been following her and sending her disturbing messages. The 39-year-old male, whose name has not been revealed, first sent Caroline messages via Twitter and letters in the post. He then started turning up to The X Factor auditions, where she was working as the host of ITV2 show The Xtra Factor, offering gifts and trying to touch the TV star.

According to The Sun, the past few weeks have been stressful for Flack as she didn't know what her stalker might do next. However, now the police have stepped in, "she hopes the matter will soon be resolved and she can move on with her life." The Met Police's spokesperson confirmed, "A 39-year-old man was arrested and questioned, and has been bailed until mid-August pending further investigation."

Caroline has also been in the news this week as it has been rumoured she is back in touch with her former celebrity flame, One Direction's Harry Styles. Although Harry has recently been linked to stars such as Caggie Dunlop and Emily Atack, sources say he has been texting Caroline again and one told The Sun, "Harry has never quite got over what he had with Caroline. They had such fun together." If Harry wants to get back together with Caroline, she might take some convincing, since she received death threats from the Boyband star's fans when they were together the first time!

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