A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police (MPS) told the BBC that the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) had instructed the MPS to re-investigate aspects of an old complaint.
The presenter of Love Island committed suicide in February 2020 at the age of 40.
One coroner decided to take his own life after learning that prosecutors were going to prosecute him for allegedly assaulting his boyfriend, Lewis Burton.
Christine Flack told the BBC she still wanted to know why her daughter had been charged with assault – despite the fact that prosecutors initially said she should be careful.
She said: “I just want those answers to make me feel better and let me know that I did the right thing through Caroline.”
He added: “It leaves us really sad and really angry because we want to know why they blamed him.
“I just want the truth there. I know it won’t bring her back, but I have to do it for her.”
Asked if she felt the decision to accuse her daughter had played a role in her death, Mrs Flack said: “Oh, absolutely. Absolutely. There’s no way she can get out. Was not visible. “
He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture.
“And it won’t bring him back. I know it won’t bring him back. But I have to do it for him.”
Low Island host Caroline Flack was found dead at the age of 40.
Flake It was discovered a day before his death He will be prosecuted for allegedly hitting Burton with his phone while he was sleeping, fearing he was cheating on her.
Friends said she was expecting the case to be dropped when her lawyers asked for it to be dropped.
Coroner Marie Hassell found that Flack had killed herself because she knew she was being prosecuted and could not withstand the press coverage.
Mrs Fleck accused police and prosecutors of being “inside” her daughter, and accused them of taking her to court because of her “celebrity” status.