Tulisa almost caught in kidnap plot
Police rushed to Tulisa's mansion in Hertfordshire on Wednesday night (11.09.13) following fears she was about to be kidnapped by two men acting suspiciously outside her property.
Police rushed to Tulisa's mansion following fears she was about to be kidnapped.
A major operation sprang into life on Wednesday night (11.09.13) after an emergency call was made from the N-Dubz singer's £6 million mock-Georgian property in Hertfordshire following concern that two men were about to break into her home and abduct her.
The suspects, who were reported acting suspiciously, were detained and questioned after four squad cars and a dog unit arrived at the scene, but police have confirmed no crime had been committed.
A torchlight search of the grounds was carried out, while two officers entered the plush pad to sound the all-clear, before leaving in the early hours of yesterday morning (12.09.13).
John O'Connor, Former Met Flying Squad commander, told The Sun newspaper: ''Tulisa is much more likely to be a kidnap victim than the average member of the public.
''If police have resources available at the time they should use them. It keeps everyone on their toes.''
A spokesman for the Hertfordshire Police said: ''We were called at 10.23pm to reports of suspicious behaviour of two men in a vehicle outside a property.
''Both men were spoken to. As a precaution, we also searched the area. We were satisfied no crimes had occurred.''