MC Ultra admits to leaking Tulisa sex tape
Tuesday 10 July 2012
Tulisa’s former boyfriend, real name Justin Edwards, 28, has finally come clean and confessed he was responsible for the publication of the much talked about sex tape involving the pair engaging in a sexual act when they were together in their teens.
The rapper’s barrister, Jacob Dean said: “Mr Edwards has admitted responsibility for publication of the video, apologised for it, and promised not to do it again.”
This news comes to light following an earlier hearing in the case where Justin denied being the person in the video, not to mention the person who released the six minute tape for online publication.
The day the infamous sex tape was leaked, he tweeted: “I didn't wanna say anything on the subject but I see peoples imagination running away.. it's nothing to do with me. #backtowork.”
The N-Dubz singer backlashed and posted a Youtube video claiming that he was indeed the other person in the said video and he must be responsible for putting it out there for all the world to see.
She said: “When you share an intimate moment with someone that you love, you care about and you trust, you never imagine for one minute that that footage may at any point be shared with the rest of the UK or the rest of the people around the world.
“It's a pretty tough time for me, but I don't feel I should be the one to take the heat for it.
“This is something he took upon himself to put the footage online, and now he's sitting in silence and pretending that it's not him on the tape when it is.”
Tulisa, who shot to fame as a member of hip hop group N-Dubs and netted Cheryl Cole’s place on talent show X Factor, won a High Court order in March banning publication of footage showing her ‘engaged in a sexual act’.