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The sisters, who were acquitted of fraud charges made against them by Charles Saatchi and Nigella Lawson,explained what it was like to live with the volatile couple

The way we argued: Nigella Lawson

'I've eaten a lot of chocolate': Nigella Lawson gives first interview since 'mortifying' trial

The TV chef said she did not 'pity' herself after the fraud trial of her and her ex-husband's former personal assistants

2013 - the year in review: Very public justice for Chris Huhne and Nigella Lawson

In the harsh glare of legal inquisition, embarrassing personal failings are among the first things to come out

It’s been a rocky few months for Nigella Lawson, but there’s some more positive news in the form of a recently released promotional trainer for the food writer’s new Channel 4 cooking competition, The Taste.

Bouncing back: Nigella Lawson appears in a provocative Channel 4 trailer for The Taste

Nigella, alongside fellow judges Anthony Bourdain and Ludo Lefebvre, can be seen in what appear to be the throes of ecstasy

Charles Saatchi with his wife, Nigella Lawson, in March last year

Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi: Though they have more money, the rich are not so different

As has been shown all too vividly, the rich remain human, with everything that brings

'I saw Nigella with white powder on her nose, but she claimed it was make-up': Former PA tells court she found substance in chef's bag

Francesca Grillo also told the court that Mr Saatchi had a "personal vendetta" against her and her sister Elisabetta

Nigella Lawson was seen enjoying a night out with the 66-year-old Satanic Verses author

Nigella Lawson takes a break for dinner date with Sir Salman Rushdie

Nigella Lawson was seen enjoying a night out with the 66-year-old author

The News Matrix: Friday 6 December 2013

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Nigella Lawson arrives for second day in court after accusing Charles Saatchi of threatening to 'destroy' her with drug claims

I've taken cocaine at two times in my life - but I've never been an addict, she  told court yesterday

Charles Saatchi arrives at Isleworth Crown Court in London, where his former personal assistants Elisabetta 'Lisa' and Francesca Grillo, are accused of using credit cards loaned to them by the family to spend more than £685,000 on themselves

Credit cards were Nigella's idea, Charles Saatchi tells assistants' trial

He told jurors bills were paid by his company before he reimbursed it from his personal account

Charles Saatchi puts his hand over Nigella Lawson's mouth at Scott's in December

Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi's separation is turning into a sad and salacious tale

It is dismaying to watch these two air their dirty washing so proudly in public

Judge Robin Johnson read out an email sent from Saatchi to his former wife Nigella Lawson

Nigella Lawson took cocaine, cannabis and prescription drugs every day for 10 years, court hears

Judge reads email from former husband Charles Saatchi: She was 'off [her] head on drugs'

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Andy Warhol painting sells for record £65m

The pop artist's "Silver Car Crash" broke his own auction record at Sotheby's

Charles Saatchi puts his hand over Nigella Lawson's mouth at Scott's in December

Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi set to divorce by end of July and make no financial claims against each other

Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi have declared that neither of them will make a financial claim against the other in their divorce proceedings.

Allegations of domestic violence will change not just Roberto Alagna's but Angela Gheorghiu’s image forever

Angela Gheorghiu is  everyone’s idea of the  superstar opera singer: a hugely gifted soprano with electric stage presence, who also happens to be beautiful, full of star quality and something of a diva to boot.

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A free show of throwaway material may sound lightweight, but it's brighter and breezier than the heavy-handed hype

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