London, Sep 24 British singer Tulisa Contostavlos has revealed in her autobiography that she was sexually assaulted after being drugged when she was 16.
The now 24-year-old recalled how she had seen her friends putting pills in people’s drinks and told them that she didn’t want to get involved on the night the alleged attack took place.
In the book titled “Honest: My Story So Far”, which is being serialised by The Sun, Tulisa admits she even lied about having a heart condition in a bid to prevent her drink from getting spiked, reports dailymail.co.uk.
As the evening progressed, she recalls that all of a sudden she felt “abnormally drunk”, despite only having a few drinks.
Following a few dizzy spells, the singer soon lost her footing and was escorted out of the club for fresh air.
Tulisa said: “The next thing I remembered was waking up, lying in the back of a cab and seeing the street lights whizzing past me through the windows. I felt completely out of it, and I blacked out again.”
And worse still, on regaining consciousness, she found to her horror that her friend was having non-consensual sex with her, before she passed out again.
“I couldn’t even move, let alone get up or speak, and once again I just blacked out. When I finally woke up in the morning I found myself in a strange house”.