Caroline Flack has been branded a “neighbour from hell” by the person who used to live in the flat above hers.
The former Love Island presenter has had a torrid week after she pleaded not guilty to a charge of common assault in court and now a former neighbour has spoken out about her behaviour at home.
Games designer Jake Scott, 28, has hit out at 40-year-old Caroline’s ‘5am partying’ and has called her out over her ‘explosive’ relationship with former Apprentice star Andrew Brady.
Scott has even claimed that Caroline sent her mum to apologise to Jake after one particular bust-up as she was too embarrassed to face him again.
Scott eventually called time on his one bedroom flat in Islington, North London, after having had enough of Caroline’s antics.
Speaking to The Sun, Scott said that he had asked Caroline to be a “little more reasonable” but instead he claimed he heard her “arguing with Andrew” and have parties “until 5am during the week.”
Scott recalled a time when he was suffering after having some dental work and that Caroline “started playing really loud music.”
He said that he pleaded with her on text messages to stop as it was “in the early hours” but claims she replied with she “wasn’t going to live her life by my teeth.”
Scott gave a damning verdict of Caroline, saying she doesn’t have “any concept of how other people live and she is extremely selfish.”
He went on to add that he could “understand why Andrew… moved to Australia.”
Being a noisy neighbour is worn as a badge of honour by Caroline, who stepped down from role on Love Island after she was arrested.
She admitted to Cosmopolitan that she would deliberately party hard at her home to wind up Scott, who lived directly above her.
Caroline said she prefers: “Dancefloor always right until the very end.
“We all go back to my place after a night out and put music on usually musical theatre and dance around the lounge until the neighbour complains.
“Then we switch to ballads and do karaoke until he complains again and then everyone goes home.”
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