Gruesome photo of Caroline Flack’s bed shows ‘mostly her blood’ not boyfriend’s

An image of the aftermath of Caroline Flack's alleged assault on her boyfriend shows mostly her blood – not his, it is claimed.

The 40-year-old former Love Island presenter was also reportedly hurt in the incident, in which a lamp was allegedly used.

An image showing an apparently bloodsoaked bed inside Flack's house emerged in the media on Tuesday.

Tennis coach Lewis Burton, 27, had issued an angry denial that the image showed his blood spattered across the bedroom.

It's now claimed the red liquid is actually Flack's blood, not Mr Burton's.

He also reaffirmed his love for the TV host after she pleaded not guilty to assaulting him in the alleged attack at her flat in Islington, North London on December 12.

A source has told The Sun that blood that covered the bed sheets and carpet was "not all from Lewis."

They went on to reveal that “most of it was from Caroline's injury after she smashed a glass."

The source added that Caroline was "bleeding quite a lot from that."

Caroline has stepped down from her £1.2million-a-year role in hosting Love Island, with the new winter version set to start in the middle of January.

During her appearance at Highbury Corner Magistrates Court last week, Caroline was accused a of inflicting a "significant" head injury on Lewis.

Police have likened the scene to that of a "horror movie".

Lewis has vehemently defended Caroline though in a post on his Instagram story, in which also claimed that she was "f***ing harmless"

He posted the blood soaked pic along with the caption: "Bull**** this isn’t my blood and I didn’t get hit over the head with a lamp. Can everyone stop now?”

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He then added on Instagram a snap of the pair together, which he captioned: “I love this girl more than anything, no one knows what’s going on or what’s happened.

"She’s f***ing harmless and the most amazing person I have ever met.”

The bail conditions set for Caroline mean she cannot contact Lewis before the trial that is set to begin on March 4.

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