Clinical psychologist, Candice Lam-tung, founded Mindcare in 2008. She has extensive experience in identifying celebrities with phycological problems. She claims that “Some celebrities are prone to depression and bipolar disorder due to incessant media and public scrutiny”. Celebrities are often more pressurised than others due to them constantly being in the public eye, making them feel overwhelmed by the constant bombardment of the media. Journalists like to invade their personal space, photographing them to give them a bad image. This could subject celebrities to be open to constant criticism and hate mail that could lead them to anxiety and depression. Celebrities would’ve forced themselves to adapt their lifestyle to avoid the public making them reclusive and dependant on drugs. According to a study in 2014 by the University of Sidney, “famous musicians and rock stars were 5 to 10 times more likely than the general population to die from unnatural causes that could have led to subside”. Caroline Flack, Former Love Island host had been found dead in her London Flat. She was a successful 40-year-old lady who has won Strictly Come Dancing in 2014, co-hosted The X Factor as well as presenting ITV’s Love Island. A lawyer for the family said “she has taken her own life”.