After a blazing row between the Love Island presenter and her ex-fiancé Andrew Brady, her former beau called an ambulance on the star.
The pair had both been drinking and Andrew reportedly feared she was planning to take her own life.
While the medics rushed to her home, Caroline Flack has since slammed claims that she was planning to take her own life.
Admitting that an ambulance was called, there was no need for the emergency services.
“There was no emergency or reason for any concern”
Caroline Flack’s representatives
A representative for the presenter revealed: “While an ambulance was called to Caroline’s address at the beginning of November, it was entirely unnecessary and paramedics found her to be in perfect health.
“They confirmed there was no emergency or reason for any concern.”
Her representatives added that the claims are a “ridiculous embellishment” of what happened between the pair.
The original claims followed Caroline and Andrew’s blazing row after the pair had both been drinking.
Reports from The Sun on Sunday explained how Andrew was worried about Caroline’s state of mind.
A source told the paper: “At one point she had given the impression she felt like killing herself. Of course she didn’t mean it but Andrew felt he had no option but to call 999.”
They added: “Caroline was absolutely mortified.
“Caroline was extremely embarrassed and apologised profusely for her ex-boyfriend wasting everyone’s time.
“It was typical Andrew – he was creating unnecessary drama and made a drunken prank call.”
The pair have had a troubled few months after their whirlwind romance resulting in their engagement in April.
After calling the wedding off just months after he popped the question, the pair have been on and off since their romance ended.
Caroline hasn’t confirmed their relationship status, but she hasn’t been wearing her engagement ring in months following the split.