Caroline Flack’s boyfriend Lewis tries to make public contact despite court ban

Caroline Flack's boyfriend Lewis Burton appeared to reach out to his girlfriend via Instagram – despite a court order banning her from having any interaction with him.

Lewis, 27, publicly commented on a post by Caroline's pal Mollie Grosber in which the ITV starlet was trying her hand at rock climbing.

In a now-deleted message, Lewis wrote: "You're both useless," before adding a heart emoji.

Mail Online says the video was uploaded with the caption: "We are professional climbers #healthiswealth."

There is no suggestion that either Mollie or Caroline replied to Lewis either publicly or privately.

During an appearance at Highbury and Islington's magistrates court on December 23, Caroline pleaded not guilty to a change of assault by beating.

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District Judge Newton gave Caroline conditional bail.

The conditions ordered no contact with Lewis before her trial set for March 4.

Following the court appearance Caroline took to Instagram to thanks fans for their support.

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Posting to her Instagram story, the blonde babe wrote: "Thankfully I know a lot of you will not believe all that you have heard and read following today's court hearing… thank you for your continued support and love.

"It's going to be a relief when I am able to give my side of the story, when I'm allowed to."

Earlier this month, reports claimed that Caroline is penning a self-help book.

"Caroline has found the process incredibly cathartic," a source told Mail Online.

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"She wants it to be more than just a story about her.

"She wants to talk about the problems she’s encountered and how she’s overcome them.

"She hopes to be able to help others who may be going through similar difficulties. Part self-help, part memoir is the style that Caroline is looking for."

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