Former X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos was put on suicide watch by her manager after reports that she had been involved in a drug deal.
Former X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos arrived home in Hertfordshire today following her arrest on suspicion of supplying class A drugs.
The 24-year-old singer first found fame with N-Dubz and was dropped as a judge on The X Factor last month.
Singer Tulisa Contostavlos has accepted £42,500 damages from a news website after it wrongly published a still from a sex tape which appeared on the internet.
TNT took the still down as soon as it knew an injunction had been granted but by then it had already received around 9,000 hits.
The details of the settlement emerged during a hearing at London's High Court today.
In July last year, Miss Contostavlos won an apology from her ex-boyfriend, rap artist Justin Edwards, who initially denied being responsible for the tape appearing on the web.
Speaking after her arrest in June, the singer, who was held along with 35-year-old musician Mike GLC, said: "I am not a drug dealer. I have never sold drugs in my life."
Singer Tulisa Contostavlos will now answer police bail in late October following her arrest last month on suspicion of supplying class A drugs.
The former X Factor judge was held along with musician Mike GLC on June 4 after they went to a police station in central London by appointment.
The singer was officially dropped as a judge on the X Factor days before her arrest, with Sharon Osbourne returning to the show in her place.
Tulisa Contostavlos arrived home in Hertfordshire tonight after being released on police bail following her arrest on suspicion of supplying class A drugs.
Mike GLC, who was arrested and bailed along with Tulisa, spoke outside Belgravia police station this afternoon. He said the pair were innocent and denied he was a drug dealer.
We are innocent. We haven't been charged.
Anyone can edit or chop things together on video.
The truth will come out in the end. I don't want to go into much more detail.
I am going home to be with my family. This is ruining my life. I am not a drug dealer. I have never sold drugs in my life.
Mike GLC added that any evidence caught on camera had been "taken out of context" and the duo were "set up".
– Met Police statement
Officers from Westminster have today, Tuesday 4 June, arrested two people - a 35-year-old man [A] and a 24-year-old woman [B] - by appointment at a central London police station on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs.
Both have now been bailed pending further inquiries to a date in late July.
Searches have been completed at two residential addresses.