Caroline Flack was getting death threats and being 'bombarded in every way possible' before taking her own life, according to friend Stephanie Davis.
Stephanie, who wants a new law brought in to prevent similar tragedies, says the former Love Island presenter was the victim of online bullying.
Caroline Flack was found dead at the age of 40 at her home in east London on Saturday after taking her own life.
Stephanie wants stricter laws to protect people in the public eye and her petition has reached nearly 500,000 signatures.
'Caroline's Law' proposes to prevent newspapers, magazines, all forms of media and paparazzi from:
Releasing information that there is no evidence for and is therefore false
Printing source quotes from anyone or an unreliable source
Invading privacy and sharing private information that is detrimental to the celebrity, their mental health and those around them
Paparazzi taking and printing images without permission
Releasing an individuals private medical or health related information or their sexual orientation
Releasing articles about leaked explicit photos, videos and revenge porn
Stricter legal boundaries regarding unwanted trespassing nearby the property where the individual resides, or is visiting
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