Um. Why Has A Pen Caused Caroline Flack *So* Much Trouble?

The 36-year-old presenter was accused of something a little unsavoury after the pesky pen made an appearance in one of her Instagram photos...

Caroline Flack wants everyone to know that she definitely hasn’t been dabbling in anything illegal.

Fans got a little suspicious of the 36-year-old when she shared an Instagram snap of herself enjoying a game of poker, which now appears to have been deleted.

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it was this picture that got fans talking

In the image, Cazza was sat at a table with what looked a rolled-up bank note, bank card and a pot of Vaseline next to her.

After spotting this, eagle-eyed followers wrote messages such as: ‘Rolled up note there, Caroline…. and a card.’

According to Now, this caused her to go on a deleting spree, removing all responses that hinted at any wrong-doing.

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She reportedly also replied to one commenter: ‘It’s a child’s crayon lol.’

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A friend of the star then the publication: ‘Caroline uploaded that picture of herself.

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Caroline Flack has now shared a photo of the offending pen

‘As soon as people started commenting and suggesting people were taking drugs, despite the fact that the picture clearly shows a pen on the table, she panicked and started deleting the comments.’

Now Caroline’s proved once and for all that she’s in the clear. Earlier today, she Tweeted a snap of the crayon in question, writing: ‘It’s a pen you twits.’

After that, she added: ‘Thank god no one asked what I use the Vaseline for … MY LIPS PEOPLE ,MY LIPS ?.’

And happily for the Love Island presenter, she’s since received plenty of support on the site.

One wrote: ‘But what about the card Caroline, please dont tell me you use it to get money out of the bank, how could you !!!’ while another said: ‘This is the funniest thing I’ve seen in ages ?? where do people come up with these rumours?! [sic].’

Crikey. What a palaver over a pen, eh?!