Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Tulisa Contostavlos Actress Stills Wallposts

Tula Paulinea "Tulisa" Contostavlos born 13 July 1988, sometimes known simply as Tulisa, is an English singer-songwriter. She is best known for being a member of the now defunct Camden-based hip hop group N-Dubz, with her cousin Dappy and their friend Fazer. N-Dubz formed in 2000 and released three studio albums before announcing their indefinite hiatus in 2011.

During 2011 to 2012, she participated as a judge on the The X Factor and mentored the "Groups" category in her first year, including Little Mix, the first ever group to win the competition. On 16 March 2012, during a Twitter dispute with Dappy, Contostavlos announced that N-Dubz had split up, and were not taking a break as stated in 2011. Contostavlos released her debut solo album, The Female Boss, on 26 November 2012 which received negative feedback and poor first-week sales.

Following a sting arranged by the Sun on Sunday newspaper, Contostavlos was arrested on 4 June 2013 (along with a 35-year old man), on suspicion of supplying Class A drugs, after the Metropolitan Police "received information concerning the alleged supply of illegal drugs at a central London location".

In June 2013, The Sun newspaper alleged that Contostavlos had been arranging drug deals for friends, as well as assisting drug gangs when she was younger. A reporter for the paper conducted an interview with her where he was reportedly offered an £820 drug deal by Contostavlos and her friend, rapper Mike GLC. A day later, it was revealed that police had visited Contostavlos's home in Hertfordshire and would interview her about the allegations. On 4 June 2013, Contostavlos was arrested by police on suspicion of supplying class A drugs and bailed to a date in July 2013 and it was revealed that two residential properties had been searched as part of the investigation.