MC Ultra, real name Justin Edwards, admitted full responsibility for the ‘leaking’ of the video, which popped up all over the net earlier on in the year and forced Tulisa to initiate legal action against him. The case is currently under investigation at London’s High Court.
Edwards Barrister, Jacob Dean, told the Jury “Mr Edwards has admitted responsibility for publication of the video, apologised for it, and promised not to do it again.”
Justin gives his side of the story in UK magazine Loaded this month. The 28 year old says “A lot of people made assumptions about what happened and why. Her fans have been destroying me. Some of them are like, ‘Go and die’. It’s been a hellish time having the world turn against you, it’s not been nice for me and my family. I went on Twitter and wrote, ‘All this fuss over something so little’. I filmed it but not on my phone. How can I release something that I haven’t got? But there were a couple of options of people it could have been and who could have put it out there.”
Tulisa’s representative Johnathan Goad is expected to read out a full statement from the star on Thursday.
The case continues….