British 'X-Factor' Judge Tulisa Contostavlos Sends Lawyers After Website That Posted Fake Sex Tape
Lawyers representing British X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos have issued an injunction on any description of an alleged sex tape featuring a woman reported to be the singer and TV star.
The seven-minute tape popped up briefly via website pappzd.com before it was removed on Monday, and the 23-year-old pop star wasted no time in getting her legal team on the case.
Representatives for Contostavlos denied reports suggesting the singer had recorded a sex tape last year, when it was first offered to media outlets.
A spokesperson for the star said, "This tape is 100 per cent fake and is just someone trying to cash in on her X Factor role. She is horrified that someone would go to the extreme lengths of fabricating a video. It is absolutely not her. Tulisa has categorically never allowed anyone to film her having sex."
pappzd.com bosses have confirmed they took down the sex tape footage after receiving a cease and desist letter from Contostavlos' lawyers.
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