Tulisa agreed to `supply cocaine in Di Caprio film-deal hope`

London: Tulisa had reportedly agreed to supply cocaine to an undercover reporter after he promised her that he could help her secure a role in a film starring Leonardo Di Caprio.

Though the 26-year-old English singer-songwriter has denied any involvement in a deal to supply cocaine to an undercover reporter, Mazher Mahmood, it was revealed during the court hearing that she had agreed to broker the drug deal after she was promised a part in a film starring the `Titanic` actor, suggest reports.

It is alleged that her rapper friend Mike GLC supplied the drug at London`s Dorchester Hotel to be in the undercover "big shot" film producer`s good books and to be friendly with him.

The prosecutor also told the judge that the former N-Dubz star had admitted to using cannabis to help get to sleep, and also revealed that she had earlier been a part of a gang that sold crack cocaine.

The rapper, whose real name is Michael Coombs, has pleaded guilty to supplying 13.9 g of cocaine to the undercover reporter, however, she has pleaded not guilty to being "concerned with the supply of 13.9 grams of cocaine" between 20 May and 24 May 2013.

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