Smith had let slip about Tulisa drunkenly ranting in the back of his car about hating cocaine and the damage it was doing to one of her relatives.Between them, Mahmood and Smith plotted to change the statement to remove this damaging revelation which could help the NDubz singer beat the charge.
Thanks to financial support from her uncle and band manager, she enrolled into private education at Haverstock School at the age of 14 – the same school as Labour leader Ed Miliband attended."What is a chav?
Supposedly someone from a council estate with a cockney accent," she told in 2011. I haven't got a problem with myself or the way I talk."I've been put down a lot in my life and that can either make you depressed, upset and introverted or you don't care anymore."Elsewhere during her interview with , she discussed the suicidal feelings she struggled to overcome after she was officially charged."It just all got too much for me," she said. It was a dark time, a very dark moment but I’ve got through it and I am here today.""There are different levels of depression - when I got low, I got really, really low.
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"With me everything gets made to feel a lot worse - because of the class thing - because at times I do get shown as a bit of a rebel of the industry but I am actually quite the opposite."The former N-Dubz star faced similar scorn when she appeared as a judge on in 20.
Frequently branded a "chav", she was mocked by the tabloids for her dress sense and accent, and even became the subject of ridicule on the panel (fellow judge Gary Barlow famously cited her "fag ash breath" live on air).
reporter, who was posing as Bollywood producer Samir Khan, with £820 worth of cocaine.
However, the trial collapsed on Monday (21 July) because Judge Alistair Mc Creath believed there were "strong grounds"to believe that Mahmood had "lied" at a pre-trial hearing."I’ve openly admitted to smoking weed," she told presenter Charlotte Hawkins during an interview on today (28 July)."There are a lot of people in this industry that have dabbled in cocaine and I am one of the very few that haven’t and don’t. There are certain people of a different class that can get off very lightly in certain situations and it gets laughed off.
He was lauded as the "king of the sting", a jewel at the heart of Rupert Murdoch's newspaper empire, and boasted of securing scores of convictions during his career spanning more than two decades.
But the 53-year-old two-time Reporter of the Year is now starting a prison sentence after being caught out changing a witness statement in a criminal trial.
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