Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 28 March 2015

Tulisa: I've learned to trust again

Tulisa Contostavlos is ready to move on from her sex tape ordeal
Tulisa Contostavlos is ready to move on from her sex tape ordeal

Tulisa Contostavlos has said she will not let her sex tape experience stop her from finding love and trusting a man again.

The singer and X Factor judge - who has just turned 24 - was at London's High Court on Thursday to accept the "sincere apologies" from ex-boyfriend Justin Edwards. Tulisa advised any other young girls who had their privacy violated on the internet to be strong and move on.

She said: "Don't let it ruin you as a person. Not to be a thing where for the rest of your life; you don't trust people; you don't know how to love again or you can't trust a man.

"I would say take it and use it as an experience to make you stronger and just don't let anyone ruin you as person inside."

The former N-Dubz star revealed she was putting the incident behind her as she looked forward to celebrating her birthday in Ibiza.

Tulisa said on Thursday: "I am really happy the truth is finally out. It's a fresh start for me. It's my birthday at 12 o'clock tonight so fresh start, hopefully.

"Now I'm looking forward to the future and celebrating. I'm off to Ibiza!"

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