Sheridan Smith allegedly tried it on with her female hairdresser – despite being engaged to fiance Jamie Horn.
The singer and actress, 37, reportedly groped Shelley Cloud during her at-home appointment in London on November 1.
Shelley told the Sun that Sheridan tried to seduce her during a boozy spray-tan session, just days before she publicly declared Jamie was the "love of her life".
The hairstylist, 37, also claimed that Sheridan repeatedly criticised her husband-to-be and complained she had to pay for her own £10,000 engagement ring.
Sheridan and former insurance broker Jamie got engaged in May, just three months after meeting on dating app Tinder.
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Shelley told The Sun on Sunday : "She was putting her hands all over my body; three days before she was shown on TV calling her fiance the love of my life."
She claimed the Cilla actress ‘pawed’ at her breasts and joked: "I swing both ways you know."
Jamie was also in attendance at Sheridan’s £2million home and appeared very attentive and devoted to the actress.
However, Shelley claims whenever he left the room: "She was complaining about him constantly, saying, ‘I had to buy my own f**king engagement ring – I put the money in his account."
Shelley and Sheridan then posed for a series of strange selfies, with one featuring the actress sticking her tongue out towards the hairdresser’s mouth.
The apparent incident came a day before she released her new album A Northern Soul.
Sheridan has been talking about her love for Jamie while promoting the album on various TV shows in recent weeks.
She told hosts Alex Jones and Michael Ball on The One Show: “When he asked my mum for my hand in marriage she said, ‘Are you sure you can handle her? Do you know what you’re letting yourself in for?’
"Thanks for the vote of confidence, Mum! But she does have a very good point, God love him."
He also appeared alongside Sheridan in her ITV1 documentary Sheridan Smith: Coming Home last week.
Mirror Online has contacted Sheridan’s representative for comment.
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