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Nigella Lawson took the stand today in the trial involving her two former assistants who are accused of stealing nearly $41M from Nigella's ex husband. The Taste judge says that she was reluctant to testify in the case but felt she had to. Umm, yeah she did have to because the lawyers made her. It is not like she is being a hero here or something or that testifying was optional. When Nigella was asked about her drug use she says that it was a story put out by a PR firm to trash her reputation because her ex-husband said he would trash her if she didn't come back to him and clear his name. He, of course wanted his name cleared because he choked Nigella in public and was photographed doing so. When he was on the stand last week her ex said he never personally witnessed Nigella doing drugs.
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