Boyfriend Mr Burton said he did not support the charge, and said Flack "was not in a good place emotionally".
Coroner Mary Hassell said she understood if Flack's family saw the review document and thought it "gives a flavour of wanting to find reasons to continue the prosecution rather than looking at this afresh".
The ex-Love Island and X Factor host was found dead at her home in Stoke Newington, London, in February.
Flack had stepped down from the United Kingdom reality show after she was charged with assaulting Burton in December 2019.
The pair managed to enter the property, where they found the popular presenter.
He explained he went to the scene after Jody phoned to stay she couldn't get into the presenter's flat. Flack had pleaded not guilty to assaulting her boyfriend, who said the incident was an accident.
Giving evidence at her inquest in London, Detective Inspector Lauren Bateman said the 40-year-old had not made it clear in her police interview later what she was admitting to.
Flack took a non-fatal overdose of tablets later that night, telling loved ones she was going to kill herself.
"The media were constantly bashing her character, writing hurtful stories ... generally hounding her daily".
"What was worrying her most was the police case and losing her presenting job on Love Island, plus not being able to see me".
She told deputy chief Crown prosecutor Lisa Ramsarran on Thursday: "After listening to you and the first lady (Ms Bateman), I feel even more that you had it in for Caroline".
She said media attention for a court hearing "forced Caroline to leave her home which she loved".
"Being well known should not allow special treatment, but it should not allow making an example of someone".
He added: "I brought her [down] and Jody started CPR".
"We thought about phoning the police but knew the landlady..."
"She never spoke badly of anyone and was totally loyal, that's why she was always devastated when people close to her were happy to let her personal life appear in print".
An inquest at Poplar Coroner's Court heard Ms Flack's mental health had deteriorated following her arrest and she had been "hounded" by the media.
No trace of alcohol was found in Flack's system, a postmortem examination found, but the presence of zopiclone, used for insomnia, just above the therapeutic range, was found.
"She hanged herself. She had only one expectation - her own death".
Lewis Burton said Flack "seemed very sad the day before her death". "I believe the shame. was too much to deal with", Jody reportedly told the court.
Lewis Burton provided the inquest with a statement on Wednesday.
Burton added that Flack sometimes "talked about taking her own life" when she was upset.
A petition calling for legislation criminalising media harassment to the point where someone takes their own life has received more than 860,000 signatures.
"I have to be satisfied she acted in a way so as to cause her death, and secondly that she meant to cause her death".
Burton said at the time that his "heart is broken", while friend and fellow presenter Laura Whitmore said Flack was "vivacious, loving and had a passion for life, which is why none of this makes sense".