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October 16, 2009

Leona Lewis Attacker Was X-Factor Reject

Leona Lewis Attacker Was X-Factor Reject

Leona Lewis' attacker was a man who was rejected by X-Factor, the show that Lewis won back in 2008.

Lewis won the British television talent show in 2008 and has since risen to international stardom. She was in London signing copies of her autobiography, Dreams, when a man came up to her and punched her in the face. Now, the man is being identified as Peter Kowalczyk.  Kowalczyk apparently became jealous after watching Lewis win the show and became so enraged he decided to attack her. He is currently being examined in a psychiatric hospital after he was arrested and charged with assault at the scene.

 

October 14, 2009

Leona Lewis Attacked at London Book Signing

Leona Lewis Attacked at London Book Signing

BBC News is reporting that singer Leona Lewis was just attacked at a book signing in London.

The police were called to Waterstones Piccadilly Circus at 4:35pm after reports of an assault. A witness said "He walked up there with the book, she signed it and as she looked up he just punched her. Suddenly the security all jumped on him and they were trying to pull him out and he was just laughing, he thought it was funny."

Leona’s rep responded with, “Leona was a victim of an unprovoked attack this afternoon at her book singing. The police were called immediately and medical attention has been sought. Leona’s understandably badly shaken and apologizes to the fans she was unable to meet and complete signings for.”

 

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