Mr Borkowski said: “It’s a very cold and lonely place and people just see the bright side of fame. We don’t talk enough about the prefabricated hell that people live in when they’re famous.”
He also said that “families” who are not the celebrity do not get “considered” and have to deal with the fallout of a controversy like this.
Speaking about how the BBC is feeling at this time, he said the organisation is “suffering from PTSD” after a series of crises.
He said: “We’re going into a completely different rules of celebrity, different rules run by a social media crowd, who are not empathetic, and are just craving the story.