Mel B sued by her former nanny for defamation ‘claims Spice Girl told her to “do the right thing

Mel B’s former nanny Lorraine Gilles is suing the star for defamation in the midst of her turbulent divorce battle with her estranged husband Stephen Belafonte – claiming she was forced into group sex and plied with alcohol at just 18 years of age.

And newly released court documents filed by Lorraine reportedly include a ‘handwritten note’ as well as two emails she claims are from Mel, in which the Spice Girl requests her to ‘do the right thing.’
In the exchanges – allegedly shared weeks before the former Spice Girl, 41, filed for divorce – Mel begins by thanking her former employee for ‘sacrificing seven years of her life’.

However, the blonde seemingly responds to Mel’s ‘ominous threat’ by asking her to ‘not contact her anymore.’
‘I write this to stay not only thank you for everything you have done for my kids, but also sorry,’ the note started, according to The Sun.
‘You sacrificed seven years of your life and dedicated it to my kids and for that I am more than grateful.’

Mel also reportedly sent an email to Lorraine, which read: ‘I no deep down you are a good person and will do the right thing but I have to clear my conscience before things get exposed that I did in fact reach out to you as a friend since I have known you and been around you for years and I know it’s not been easy for you.
The correspondence, which took place through Lorraine’s hairstylist Randy, continued: ‘I just don’t want you to be forced to choose sides without thinking things threw for your own well being and future. (sic).’

 

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