Paula Responds to 'Idol' Allegation



Paula Abdul has reportedly probed for 'Idol' allegation before ABC Special labour the show

American Idol judge, Paula Abdul, is mad about the 'Idol' allegation uttered by former Idol contestant, Corey Clark, claiming she has had an affair with him. That's why Paula orders her lawyer, Martin Singer, to fire off a warning to ABC this week, threatening legal action if the network proceeds with its upcoming expos "Fallen Idol" scheduled to air next Wednesday.

As widely reported, ABC has said its Primetime Live report will "explore explosive claims about behind-the-scenes activities at American Idol." Though ABC News has not commented on specifics of the special, published reports have suggested that those claims include allegations by former Idol contestant Corey Clark that he had an affair with Abdul.

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