Cheryl Cole: 'I needed tranquillisers to cope with Ashley's cheat rumours'

Cole cheat claims sparked Cheryl injections
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Singer Cheryl Cole says that she needed injections and pills to cope with rumours that her now ex-husband Ashley Cole had cheated during their four-year marriage.

British songstress Cheryl Cole has revealed that she needed tranquillisers to cope with the stress of infidelity rumours surrounding her then husband Ashley Cole.

The Chelsea full-back was amid a string of reports that he had cheated on the Girls Aloud star during their four-year marriage.

Cheryl wrote in her book Cheryl: My Story: "I was still in shock. I wasn't in control of myself at all. I needed medical help.

"We had a videoshoot for our new single coming up and my doctor gave me a vitamin injection in my bum to perk me up, but it didn't work. It was now about two weeks after the initial allegations and, looking back, I was out of my head on tranquillisers."

The 29-year-old divorced the England international in 2010.

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