LONDON, England – Former boyfriend of X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos broke his silence yesterday as he appeared before a court in London to back a legal ban on a tape showing the couple in an ‘intimate moment.’
Rapper MC Ultra, whose real name is Justin Edwards denied claims brought forward by his ex-girlfriend that he leaked the six-minute video and argued that the phone the sex clip was filmed on belonged to Tulisa.
In a statement Edwards read to London’s High Court Edwards said: ”I am disgusted it has been, and regret ever allowing the claimant to persuade me that we should film ourselves.” He maintained he would not have published the clip — adding: “Simply because I would find it ungentlemanly. I was brought up better than that.”
“I just want this sorted out so I can move on with my life,” Edwards told The Sun.