Fans of X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos will no doubt be aware that earlier this year, she took out a “gagging order” injunction against her ex-boyfriend Justin Edwards in order to stop him from discussing their relationship.
The injunction also banned him from appearing on any reality TV show, and from selling or publishing anything that related to their time as a couple such as pictures or videos.
That move of course came after the infamous sex tape debacle, when Edwards – whose stage name is MC Ultra – admitted that he had supplied the footage that appeared on the internet of Tulisa engaged in a sex act with him… Read more & comment »
X Factor judge, Tulisa Contostavlos has admitted on live TV that she is both “despised and loved” by the British public.
This revelation comes at the same time the Sun newspaper are running extracts from her upcoming tell-all autobiography, every day this week.
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As fans of The X Factor will no doubt recall, last weekend, wannabe three-piece band MK1 tried out for the show, however, both Tulisa and Gary Barlow told one of the band members, Will Baker, that he was holding his two band mates back.
After the band’s audition, which was a rendition of Read All About It by Professor Green and Emilie Sande, mixed with Tinie Tempah’s Written in the Stars, Tulisa told them, “The good news is, that’s rap. The bad news is you’re either going to have to become a duo, or get a new member.”
Branding Will’s part of the performance “distracting” Tulisa and Gary agreed that they would only put the band through to Boot Camp if he agreed to leave, meaning that band mates Charlie and Simeon would continue MK1 without him.
We then heard the three friends hurriedly discussing the dilemma, after which Will agreed to leave the band, but only if he was promised 33% of their future earnings… Read more & comment »
Former X Factor consultant, Chris Herbert has apologised over his part in judge Tulisa Contostavlos sex tape leak.
Herbert, who is the manager of one of the groups tipped to win this years X Factor, JukeBoxx, was fired from his position after the tape, which featured Tulisa performing a sexual act on her ex boyfriend, MC Ultra AKA Justin Edwards, was leaked on to the internet earlier this year.
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Fans of X Factor judge Tulisa have reacted furiously to the release a new track and accompanying video from Justin ‘MC Ultra’ Edwards which appears to depict a Tulisa look-a-like.
The song, which is apparently entitled Have You Ever? is of course the first foray back into the limelight for Edwards since he admitted in court that he had leaked the infamous sex tape onto the internet, which was an allegation he’d previously denied.
However, the Sun reports that in the video, Edwards is seen “cavorting” with a woman who looks like Tulisa, as he sings the lyrics, “Have you ever loved somebody so much that your heart aches?”
He’s then seen doling out booze to “dozens of bikini-clad girls…” Read more & comment »
X Factor judge Tulisa has of course scored a victory over former boyfriend Justin ‘MC Ultra’ Edwards in court recently after he admitted he had in fact been behind leaking the infamous sex tape onto the internet for sale…
But she’s not prepared to leave it there, and is now also seeking damages from some of Edwards’ associates, including Spice Girls ‘creator’ Chris Herbert, for their part in facilitating the sale of the footage.
However, it’s been reported today that three of the people who were allegedly involved in distributing the video clip told Tulisa that if she didn’t take legal action over it, she would land 50% of the profits Edwards made from selling the footage. But she was also reportedly told she would get “f*** all” if she insisted on pursuing legal action… Read more & comment »
It’s been revealed today that X Factor judge Tulisa is suing Chris Herbert, who’s credited with putting together hit pop band the Spice Girls, and who was – until this news broke – a “consultant” on X Factor.
He has now apparently been sacked from his role on X Factor as papers were served on him informing his that Tulisa is taking legal action against him over his alleged involvement with her former boyfriend Justin Edward’s leaking of the now notorious sex tape onto the internet.
The Sun states that Herbert – who was formerly Edwards’ manager – was “once a trusted lieutenant of Simon Cowell.”
The paper adds, “He [Herbert] had been signed up by X Factor musical director Simon Gavin in a consultancy role.
“But that would pose the risk of a bitter clash with Tulisa, who is a judge on the show…” Read more & comment »
X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos has emerged from London’s High Court this morning a vindicated woman at the end of the legal proceedings she instigated against former boyfriend Justin ‘MC Ultra’ Edwards over his leaking of the infamous sex tape.
Earlier this week, while under oath, Edwards finally admitted to having been the party responsible for putting the sex tape on the internet, and once he did so, his defence crumbled and the end of the case in Tulisa’s favour became a foregone conclusion.
And in a triumphant pre-written statement to the waiting press this morning, Tulisa said, “I am relieved that this is finally over.
“It has been a very testing few months and this was not a case I ever wanted to go through… Read more & comment »
MC Ultra (Justin Edwards), the former boyfriend of X Factor judge, Tulisa Contostavlos, has finally admitted that he was the person responsible for leaking a tape showing the N-Dubz singer performing a sexual act on him, on to the internet.
After the tape was leaked Edwards denied claims that the tape had come from him in a bid to cash in on his ex girlfriends fame, forcing Tulisa to release a Youtube apology to fans and begin legal proceedings against her ex.
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MC Ultra, the ex boyfriend of X Factor judge and N-Dubz singer, Tulisa Contostavlos, has revealed in an interview with Loaded magazine that he received death threats after the tape showing the pair of them engaged in a sexual act was leaked to the internet.
According to the Sun newspaper, MC Ultra, real name Justin Edwards, has admitted for the first time that it is him on the tape, but still strongly denies posting the film online.
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