The source added that following the controversy that ensued after Mel claimed she had a fling with Spice Girls bandmate Geri Horner ‘the last thing she wanted was the rest of the band on the stand being probed all about her sex life.’
In October of last year it was said that Los Angeles judge Dalila Lyons advised Mel to try and resolve her issues with her former employee outside of court with the first hearing originally set for February 2019.
The former America’s Got Talent judge previously argued in court she had no choice but to name Lorraine in order to get a restraining order against Stephen, however the case was sent to trial by the Court Of Appeal.
Metro.co.uk contacted Mel’s reps for comment.
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