An investigation into a Love Island star’s death has been halted after her parents received a report.
Sophie Gradon, 32, who featured on the show’s 2016 series, was found dead on June 20 last year at her home near Newcastle.
Her boyfriend, Aaron Armstrong, died 20 days later at his Northumberland flat.
Sophie Gradon, 32, who starred in the 2016 series of Love Island was found dead in her home near Newcastle, on June 20 last year. The inquest in her death, scheduled for this Thursday, has been cancelled
Her boyfriend, Aaron Armstrong, was found dead in his home 20 days later
Northumberland Coroner’s court said the inquest was cancelled as her family had asked for time to consider a report that they received recently
The inquest, scheduled for next Thursday, has been cancelled by Northumberland Coroner’s Court.
A statement they released said: ‘Please note that it has been necessary to cancel the hearing date.
‘Sophie’s parents have requested further time to consider a report which was only recently received.’
Her mother, Anastacia Beverhousn, wrote on Twitter in February that the family are still waiting for access to her iPhone almost nine months after Sophie’s death.
‘As the heartbroken mother of Sophie Gradon we are still waiting for an inquest date eight months after her unexplained death. Why?
‘Because the Police cannot open her iPhone for data extraction.’
Her mother, Anastacia Beverhousn, wrote on Twitter in February that they still weren’t able to get access to Sophie’s iPhone
Her boyfriend Aaron made several Instagram posts before he died saying how much he missed Sophie
Sophie’s funeral was held at St George’s Church, Jesmond. Posting from the day, her boyfriend said he loved her ‘with all my heart’
Her boyfriend Aaron’s inquest will go ahead on Tuesday after his body was found at his home in Blyth, Northumberland, five days after the star’s funeral.
His last Instagram post reads: ‘Just wish I could cuddle you all day. Miss you so much man Sophie. Not a minute goes by without your gorgeous smile being a picture in my mind.
‘Everyday we spent together was so amazing. I need them days back.’
Another post from the day of her funeral reads: ‘I love you with all my heart my beautiful angel.
Sophie Gradon was also originally Miss Great Britain before going on Love Island
‘I’m absolutely heartbroken. I can’t stop crying and I can feel your spirit in my soul. RIP Sophie Hannah Gradon.’
On a post from July 3 he wrote: ‘After a massive meltdown since yesterday I took Sophie for a drive and stuck her on a mountain as high as I could so you can have as much zen as you need baby girl.
‘The view is amazing. Hope you love it. I will come see you every day my angel. I love you smiler.’
The fashion icon and model had previously been the Miss Great Britain