Mike Thalassitis | Love Island star's death sparks ITV worker mental health offering

Love Island star's death sparks ITV worker mental health offering

Following the death of Love Island star Mike Thalassitis, ITV has pledged to offer future guests on the show therapy, social media training and financial advice. His death triggered calls for better aftercare for people starring on reality TV shows - BBC reports.

Thalassitis, who was affectionally nicknamed ‘Muggy Mike’ on the programme, was found dead in a North London park on Saturday, with Glamour UK stating that he committed suicide just days after his beloved nan passed away.

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