Tulisa To Drop Sex Tape Case Over Legal Bills?
Star is also said to be 'very fragile' following her recent arrest...
According to The Sun, the Young singer faces a legal bill of around £270,000 following her trial against Edwards - aka MC Ultra - after footage of her performing a sex act on him emerged online last year.
Now, the newspaper reports that after she was arrested for her part in an alleged cocaine deal, The Female Boss has 'thrown in the towel' on her battle with Edwards in a bid to avoid more legal bills.
The news means that T will not receive a penny from the rapper, with five other men accused of trying to make money off the back of the tape also off the hook when it comes to paying her damages if she drops the case.
One of the men included Spice Girls creator Chris Herbert , with T suing his company - which has since gone bust - for £100,000.
Last night (June 5), her spokesperson insisted that it had been worth going to court as those involved had been “publicly humiliated”.
He added that Tulisa still hopes to recover a "lion share" of her legal costs by pursuing other websites that the clip appeared on.
In settling the case, the 24-year old will avoid a trial which may have taken her total legal costs to around £806,000.
Tulisa - who has since been bailed after she was recorded by an undercover reporter for The Sun trying to fix a supposed Class A drug deal - is said to be "very fragile" following the whole episode.