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Tulisa to be questioned by police over drug deal footage?

DRUGS SCANDAL: Tulisa Contostavlos

FORMER X FACTOR Judge Tulisa Contostavlos will reportedly face questioning by police after footage allegedly showed her arranging an £800 cocaine deal through a friend.

Police cars were seen arriving at the star's £6million Hertfordshire mansion this morning (June 3), a day after the 24-year-old was exposed by The Sun newspaper for "fixing" a lucrative drug deal on behalf of close pal Mike GLC.

The publication also revealed it had handed over a dossier of information to the Metropolitan police to help with enquiries.

The report claimed that Tulisa even boasted to a tabloid reporter about her links to drugs and claimed to be able to get hold of "whatever you want," writes Mail Online.


DAMNING: Footage allegedly shows the star arranging the £800 drugs deal

During one meeting with the reporter, Tulisa told him: "Half my phone book sells it. Of course I can get it for you. Half the guys I know are drug dealers."

Mike GLC is then believed to have sold £800 worth of the Class A drug to the undercover reporter after Tulisa had sent text messages to him to sort the deal out.

Tulisa, who previously claimed she turned her back on drugs when she was 14, said that she doesn't take cocaine herself, although she later admitted that she loves to smoke weed to help her fall asleep every night.

Among those to mock the former N-Dubz frontwoman was UK rapper Lethal Bizzle, who tweeted: “LOL #Tulisa.”

A spokesperson for the Metropolitan police said: "We have received information concerning the alleged supply of illegal drugs at a central London location. We are considering the information."

The star's representatives refused to comment.

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