Peter Andre defends himself after judge calls him a liar

Peter hits back at the Mr Justice Flaux's statements

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by Hayley Kadrou |
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Peter Andre has spoken up to defend himself against the judge who branded him a ‘liar’ earlier this week.

According to the Daily Mirror, the Strictly Come Dancing contestant said of Mr Justice Flaux’s statement:

“I am extremely disappointed that Mr Justice Flaux didn’t accept some of my evidence. But all I can say is that I was telling the truth, and would never have misled the court in this important matter.”

The judge accused the singer of exaggerating details in the evidence he gave as a key witness in former producer Neville Hendricks’ case against ITV2.

The Producer sued ITV2 after his contract to produce TV shows (like Peter’s reality show) were cancelled.

Peter gave evidence in court against Neville. He claimed that he had made “death threats” to Pete’s manager, and Neville’s ex, Claire Powell.

However, The Sun reported several days ago that Mr Justice Flaux branded the Mysterious Girl singer’s evidence as “extremely exaggerated” and “particularly unreliable”.

Speaking of Pete’s witness statements he said:

“I completely disbelieve Mr Andre’s evidence about the alleged death threats.

“I am quite satisfied no death threats were ever made by Mr Hendricks against Ms Powell of against anyone else.”

He added: “Obviously, I have thought long and hard before reaching this conclusion about a well-known entertainer who is in the public eye.

“But I have concluded that this evidence has been made up by Mr Andre.”

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