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In her first televised interview since the fraud trial which involved her two former assistants, Lawson says, 'Actually since then I've eaten a lot of chocolate.'
If evidence is found and enough to bring charges, the celebrity chef will be on trial for her cocaine and marijuana use.
Lawson says in a statement that she is 'disappointed but unsurprised' after Elisabetta and Francesca Grillo, who were accused of defrauding her and Charles Saatchi, are acquitted.
The celebrity chef said she was using it with her first husband who was ill at that time and during his unhappy marriage to her second husband.
Saatchi tells Isleworth Crown Court in London that he never actually saw his ex-wife taking drugs, although he previously seemingly confirmed Lawson's alleged drug abuse.
Nigella's former assistants allege in court that she allowed them to use her ex-husband Charles Saatchi's credit card in exchange for their silence concerning her drug use.
Lawson cites a 'continuing unreasonable behavior' as the reason behind her decision to divorce her husband.
Charles says in a statement that he made a 'heartbreaking' decision to file for divorce because Nigella failed to defend his reputation following alleged choking incident.
After denying that he hurt his celebrity chef wife, Saatchi 'voluntarily attended a central London police station and accepted a caution for assault.'
Saatchi describes his grip on his wife's throat as 'a playful tiff' and insists they made up by the time they were home.