Tulisa has revealed that she will tell her side of the story surrounding her sex tape and the subsequent legal fight to have it banned in a new tell-all book, due out next year.
The solo star and X Factor judge has spent the past few weeks locked in a high court battle with ex-boyfriend Justin Edwards over an x-rated video she starred in, which leaked onto the internet earlier this year.
It was revealed in the case that Edwards himself had put the video online, despite previously claiming that he had nothing to do with the sale of the tape.
Speaking about her book, Tulisa told The Daily Star: "Just you wait and see what's coming."
Meanwhile, Tulisa is also taking legal action against Chris Herbert, an employee on The X Factor and former Spice Girls manager.
According to court documents, Tulisa claims that Herbert was "aware of, involved in and consulted (about)" the leaking of the sex tape, which was put online by ex-boyfriend Justin Edwards.
Tulisa's lawyer added that Herbert had "played a pivotal role in commercial exploitation of the film".
A spokesperson for The X Factor confirmed Herbert's departure, stating: "As a result of us becoming aware of the ongoing legal dispute between Tulisa and Mr Herbert, we have decided it is in everyone's interest for him to not be involved in the forthcoming series."