Kylie Jenner has gotten herself into a spot of bother again as she has had another car accident just one year after her last.
The realty star was driving home from Katsuya in Glendale, when a lady swerved into Kylie’s lane and then crashed.
Since Kylie has been driving she has had a lot of legal drama happen to her as she was hit with a speeding fine, been spotted texting a driving behind the wheel, having too tinted windows and more.
Maybe she needs to give the driving up!
With the last few months being the worst of her life today Tulisa Contostavlos has been getting ready to go back to work.
The former N–Dubz singer shared a photo of her getting her hair applied and makeup she said:
‘Back to work’
This is only the second time in months that Tulisa has used her Instagram account as she has been keeping a low profile for the last few months.
It’s only been this week really that Tulisa has felt ok about her future with the drugs trial collapsing and with her being only fined £3,020 for that V Festival attack hopefully she can think about her music now and stay out of trouble!
On Sunday Tulisa Contostavlos spent the day being interviews by many journalists from TV shows like Good Morning Britain,This Morning, Sky News and plenty more news paper interviews.
The 26-year-old singer was fine to talk about the drugs trail and trying to save her career but when it came to that attack a V festival last year her PR manager told the reporters not to mention he attack.
BBC’s flagship Radio 4 Today show even agreed not to mention the attack!
Reporter Tom Bateman mentioned her conviction for assaulting the blogger Savvas Morgan, and then soon changed the question to her image.
Tom then tweeted:
‘Tulisa’s PR managers tried to ban reporters asking her about her conviction for assault last week.’
Then when Good Morning Britain presenter Charlotte Hawkins, tried to ask about the attack she was clearly turned down because Charlotte said on the show that it couldn’t be talked about for ‘legal reasons’.
It’s not been the best of years for Tulisa Contostavlos!
With her being in and out of court most days for the last few months Tulisa has now admitted that she tried to take her own life by ‘necking painkillers with a bottle of Vodka!
Tulisa has now got her hands on her own tell-all BBC documentary, Tulisa: The Price of Fame, which is being aired tonight.
The program follows Tulisa and her drugs trial at London’s Southwark Crown Court last week along with plenty other dramatic days in her life.
In a preview that has been shared Tulisa can be heard saying:
‘So like an idiot I don’t know what I was thinking, I picked up painkillers and necked them with a bottle of vodka, I don’t even know what I was planning to do.’
When the former X Factor judge was asked by a BBC reporter if she had been thinking about taking her own life, she said:
‘Yeah, I am being honest. I don’t care. Yeah’.
The documentary aires tonight BBC Three at 10PM.
Former X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos has been found guilty after she attacked a man at V Festival last year.
Tulisa was in court today just one week after she was found not guilty of drug dealing.
Last year Tulisa was at the festival when she attacked Celebrity Blogger Vas Morgan and now has been forced to pay £3,020, including £2,700 of legal costs, a £200 fine and £100 compensation.
As it was said previously in the trial Vas’ eye swelled up after the attack!
Talking in court Vas said:
“I am quite sure to the requisite standard of proof, based on my analysis of the evidence that I have heard, that Ms Contostavlos did strike Mr Morgan in the face during an argument and that that blow caused minor bruising and swelling.”
The former N-Dubz star then spoke outside of the court and said:
“This has been a rollercoaster week for me. I never wanted any of this.
“I did not assault Vas J Morgan and I am outraged at this decision. I will be appealing it.”
For the last few weeks Tulisa Contostavlos has been in and out of court for trying to see drugs to a journalist.
Well today the curt case has collapsed and Tulisa walked away from court today a free lady!
The trial was held at London’s Southwark Crown Court and ruled that Sun on Sunday undercover reporter Mazher Mahmood gave ‘entirely inconsistent evidence’.
In a statement the former X Factor judge said:
“Let me be perfectly clear. I have never dealt drugs and never been involved in taking or dealing cocaine.
“This whole case was a horrific and disgusting entrapment by Mazher Mahmood and the Sun on Sunday newspaper.
“Mahmood has now been exposed by my lawyers openly lying to the judge and jury. These lies were told to stop crucial evidence going before the jury. This evidence shows that I told Mahmood’s long-standing driver that I disapproved of drugs, which is the truth.
“It is clear that the driver was pressured to change his statement to strengthen Mahmood’s evidence and to damage mine.
“Thankfully the lies have been uncovered and justice has been done.
“This case only happened because Mahmood and his team tricked me into believing I was auditioning for a major movie role.
“They targeted me at a time when things were going badly for me and they had no mercy.
“Mahmood got me and my team completely intoxicated and persuaded me to act the part of a bad, rough, ghetto girl.
“They recorded this and produced this as evidence when I thought it was an audition. It was a terrible thing to do.
“As my lawyer said at the outset, we have now succeeded in exposing the real culprits and, most importantly, the real liar.
“As someone who has had my life ruined for the last year I strongly believe that this type of entrapment should not be allowed to happen to anyone.
“I urge both the police and News UK to investigate Mazher Mahmood and his team and to put an end to his deceit in pursuit of sensational stories for commercial gain.
“I have not been able to work for a year, and I am now looking forward to resuming my career.
“I will use these experiences to make me stronger. I would like to thank all the people who have supported me through this terrible ordeal, including my fans and, of course, my legal team.”
Let’s just hope they charge Mahmood now!