Former Ebbsfleet player and Love Island star Mike Thalassitis found dead

Former Ebbsfleet player and Love Island star Mike Thalassitis found dead

Thalassitis had also appeared in the E4 unscripted series "Celebs Go Dating", which paid tribute to him after after the credits rolled on an episode of the show broadcast since his death.

Mike Thalassitis found fame on the 2017 series of Love Island, and went on to star in Celebs Go Dating the following year.

A statement from Love Island said: "Care for our islanders is a process the show takes very seriously and is a continuous process for all those taking part in the show".

Floral Tributes left outside the cafe in Loughton that Mike Thalassitis planned to open before he was found dead. "I got you to buy 'The Magic, ' you wrote down your gratitudes, you had the pictures of your family in your auto to remind you to be grateful for them".


"Talking to This Morning about her shock at the news he had taken his life over the weekend, she said of their last contact: "(It was) two days before (his death), but I'm kinda kicking myself because he text me and I didn't actually reply, just because I'm really bad with my phone. "I wanted to be like 'Muggy Mike". "I gave her everything and it wasn't enough". "I am absolutely heart broken that I couldn't help you", Brown captioned her post. "This didn't need to happen".

Brown called him the "kindest, sweetest person", adding that she's "so angry at you for doing this because you are so loved by so many people".

Former "Love Island" contestants Rykard Jenkins and Malin Andersson were among those who tweeted about coping with the pressures of being in the show.

"My heart and soul and love goes out to his friends & family".


At one point, the show's bosses admitted the 25-year-old was "monitored" after he said he felt like he was being bullied by other contestants. "Our thoughts and deepest condolences are with Mike's family and friends at this very said time". "I don't think I will ever come to terms with it".

"Love Island" host Caroline Flack wrote in an Instagram post, "Mike ... you were a total gentleman ..."

"Everybody at #StevenageFC is shocked & saddened to hear the tragic news about former player Michael Thalassitis", the statement reads.

The striker played for Boro six times before being released in May 2014, and signed for St Albans in January 2016 after stints at Bishop's Stortford, Chelmsford City and Concord Rangers.


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