Love Island UK star dead at 32

Brenda Watkins
June 21, 2018

Very shocking and sad news this morning as it has emerged that "Love Island" star Sophie Gradon has died aged 32-years-old.

Her devastated boyfriend posted an emotional tribute to the former Miss Great Britain saying "I will never forget that smile".

"At about 8.27pm yesterday (June 20) police attended a property in Medburn, Ponteland, where sadly a 32-year-old woman was found deceased. A report will now be prepared for the coroner", the statement read.

She tweeted: "You were such an intricate, creative, intelligent soul".

Geordie Shore star Holly Hagan said: "You were only helping me battle the Twitter trolls yesterday".

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"You helped us through so much". Olivia Buckland, Katie Salmon, Alex Bowen, Cara de la Hoyde, Nathan Massey, Caroline Flack, all expressed their sadness online, adding memories they shared with Gradon.

"Although the post alludes to Gradon suffering from some mental health struggles prior to her death - bi people feel less happy and suffer from higher levels of anxiety than other sexualities." which disproportionately affect bisexual people - it is not yet known how Gradon died. Your smile was one in a million.

Co-star Nathan Henry tweeted: "Rest in peace you attractive little angel, the heavens are blessed with a attractive smile R.I.P". "Such a handsome soul. such a attractive smile.thoughts and love with friends and family". To your family and your loved ones. @Sophiegradon what a handsome woman you were. I can not work out what to say.

"Shocked beyond belief! RIP @sophiegradon sending all our love to Sophie's family at this incredibly sad time xx", Miss Great Britain's official Twitter account wrote. Lovely girl. Please rest in peace now.

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