The Sun has defended its actions over Tulisa Contostavlos' alleged involvement with the supply of class A drugs.
Tulisa's lawyer Ben Rose earlier accused the paper of treating the singer like "fodder."
A Sun spokeswoman said: "Allegations about the conduct of this newspaper made by Ms Contostavlos' lawyers are entirely without foundation."
The former X Factor judge has been charged with being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs, her lawyer said she will deny the charges.
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