Aisleyne Horgan Wallace sparks concern after the death of Big Brother housemate Nikki Grahame

Aisleyne Horgan Wallace sparks concern after the death of Big Brother housemate Nikki Grahame

AISLEYNE Horgan-Wallace has sparked concern with her fans after the death of her fellow Big Brother housemate Nikki Grahame.

The reality star, 42, posted on her Instagram Stories that she was "self medicating" with alcohol following the loss of her friend.

Nikki tragically passed away on April 9 after a long battle with anorexia.

Posting on her Instagram Story, Aisleyne wrote: "I been doing what I always do when someone I love dies… drinking.

"That's self medicating. I'm my own worst enemy. Gym will save me. Not f*** gin!"

On the next slide she wrote: "Aww me and Nikki loved both haha… just brought back lots of sweet memories thinking that…


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"Thank u for the memories darling I love you. [sic.]"

Aisleyne – who met Nikki on the seventh series of Big Brother -was one of the first people to share a tribute for the star after her death.

Sharing a picture of the two together, she wrote: "Happy birthday baby girl, too precious and delicate for this cold harsh world, so much vibrance & kindness in one.

"I know your in a better place still having fun… death is only painful for those of us left, as we miss you and wish you was still here with us.

"I believe you, and all lost loved ones are in a better place, a kinder more peaceful place… until we meet again, I will miss you…. dearly. I love you darling. ❤"

Today, a doctor recorded Nikki's cause of death as Anorexia Nervosa.

But Daily Star reports Dorset County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust will continue to examine the events surrounding her death.

Nikki was admitted in March after fracturing her lower spine after a serious fall.

She stayed in hospital for three weeks before being discharged the day before she was found dead.

A spokesperson for Dorset County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust said: “Staff at the Trust were deeply saddened to learn of the death of Miss Grahame, and our thoughts are with the family and friends of Miss Grahame.

"A full internal investigation into the care Miss Grahame received is currently underway."

Nikki had written a haunting last Instagram post in which she admitted she "seriously can't deal" with another lockdown.

Her passing was confirmed in a statement on her GoFundMe page.

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