Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay's alleged mistress has revealed there may be a sex tape featuring the British TV personality in existence - and it could be in police hands.
Ramsay has always denied author Sarah Symonds' romance claims, but now she insists she's close to getting her hands on evidence that will prove she has been telling the truth.
In a recent interview with magazine the Star, obtained by celebrity blogger Perez Hilton, Symonds reveals police officials in London have contacted her to warn her that they found "sensitive information" on her and Ramsay during their investigations into the News Of The World phone hacking inquiry.
Symonds says the haul includes "tapes and transcripts of our personal meetings towards the end of our affair in 2008, and intimate phone conversations and voice mails."
She adds, "I know from a source that there is a sex tape too, I wonder if the police have found it though, and if so what happens to it? I am desperately trying to find out. I feel very vulnerable that my personal business is being reviewed by Scotland Yard. Gordon has been contacted too, and informed of the situation by the same Detective Constable who contacted me."
Symonds, who is now a counselor to women attempting to move on from affairs, insists she has no plans to go public with the alleged sex tape.
She explains, "I feel bad for his family if this tape comes out, and I don't want it to. I have moved on and put the whole Gordon affair behind me.
"As much as I don't want the Gordongate sex tape to get into the wrong hands, if it does, I believe the only good that could ever come of it is that it would shatter Gordon's denials and prove I have been telling the truth all along."