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Cheryl Cole turns to psychic for help

Heartbroken X Factor judge Cheryl Cole has been consulting a psychic over whether or not she should dump her cheating husband Ashley.
By HT Correspondent | ANI, London
UPDATED ON APR 11, 2010 02:39 PM IST
Heartbroken X Factor judge Cheryl Cole has been consulting a psychic over whether or not she should dump her cheating husband Ashley, according to reports.

Apparently, the stunner, 26, has been taking advice from Jusstine Kenzer since February, reports The Sun.

And the US mystic wants Chelsea's Ashley, 29, to go to the sessions himself.

A source said: "Cheryl has met Jusstine twice and thoroughly enjoyed both sessions.

"They helped her to process her thoughts on Ashley. Jusstine explained she felt Cheryl and Ashley were soul mates in a previous life.

"Since the readings, they've been in contact over the phone. Now Cheryl has had a while to reflect, she thinks a further session will be beneficial."

The mystic wants Ashley to come too.

The source said: "She says it'll help her understand their situation a lot better and allow her to give more beneficial advice."

Jusstine claims on her website: "I help you find specific answers to your questions, as well as make lasting positive changes. My No 1 goal is to help you create the outcome you desire in life."

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