X Factor judge Tulisa's sex tape goes on sale
Tulisa Contostavlos's sex tape which was haunting her has gone on sale in Soho shops. It is being advertised with fluorescent signs reading 'Tulisa sex tape sold here' on boards outside the shops. The film shows the star engaged in an intimate act...entertainment Updated: Mar 30, 2012 18:10 IST
X Factor judge, Tulisa Contostavlos's sex tape which was haunting her has gone on sale in Soho shops. It is being advertised with fluorescent signs reading 'Tulisa sex tape sold here' on boards outside shops in the area. The film shows the star engaged in an intimate act with her ex-boyfriend Justin Edwards, reports Daily Mail."When you share an intimate moment with someone that you love and trust you never imagine for one minute that footage may at any point be shared with the rest of the UK," Tulisa told the tabloid.
The footage is now available on DVD and will be a shock for Tulisa. A source told The Sun: "Tulisa was really looking forward to escaping all the embarrassment of the past week with a good night out."
According to the Daily Mail, the singer reportedly went home early on her first big night out since the embarrassment on Wednesday.
Recently, Singer Tulisa Contostavlos sued ex-boyfriend for allegedly leaking a sex tape of the couple onto the internet.
The X Factor judge was devastated when intimate footage appeared online of her and former lover Justin Edwards. She claimed that he was the person responsible for it which Edwards denies. Instead Tulisa's ex-flame claims that it was her idea to make a sex tape and that it was filmed on her mobile phone.
But now a lawyer for Contostavlos has issued legal papers against Edwards, also known as MC Ultra, to prevent him talking about the video.
"She's suing for up to £100,000. This latest move by Tulisa has really unnerved and unsettled him. It's serious stuff and he's got to take it seriously. It's a lot of pressure for him," contactmusic.com quoted a source as saying.
"This is an unusual case, in that the injunction was granted after the material became public, not before. It entitles Tulisa to seek damages," the source added.