Caroline Flack's mother Christine ripped into police over their treatment of the star at her inquest today.
The 40-year-old former Love Island presenter was found hanged at her home in Stoke Newington, north-east London, on February 15.
During the inquest today, Caroline's mum Christine says her daughter was taken from the crime scene, leaving boyfriend Lewis Burton to remain in her home.
She told DI Bateman: "You took her away, he was allowed to take pictures of the blood of Caroline.
"You didn't investigate it.
"If it had been... an ordinary person, you wouldn't have prosecuted.
"I see domestic abuse and I just think you should be disgusted with yourself. There is nothing we can do to bring Caroline back. I hope in hindsight you do regret this.
"This girl killed herself because you put an appeal through."
The "appeal" refers to the initial decision by prosecutors to issue the star with a caution rather than charging her, which has been discussed during the hearing.
DI Bateman applied for a formal charge instead after discussion with other officers.
Caroline had been due to stand trial for assaulting her boyfriend, former tennis player and model Lewis Burton in December.
After police arriving at the bloodstained scene described it looking like “a horror movie”.
She immediately stepped back from presenting duties.
Flack’s family had increased concerns about her mental state as the trial loomed, while Mr Burton also pleaded with the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) to drop the case.
Flack’s inquest was opened and adjourned during a four-minute hearing in Poplar, east London, on February 19 when the coroner heard the celebrity was found “lying on her back”.
She was declared dead at the scene and her body was identified by her twin sister, Jody Flack.
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