Cheryl Tweedy said her conviction of aggression in 2003 is "irrelevant" and "boring" in a new interview with The Guardian.
The former Girls Aloud star whose new solo single Love Made Me Do It debuted at number 19 on the UK charts, was convicted of assault causing actual physical damage after a quarrel with a bathroom clerk when she was only 19.
Cheryl (35) was charged with racially aggravated assault. However, she was cleared of any racist element.
The racial element of the indictment was raised again last year by Léo's ambassador, Munroe Bergdorf, after the activist model's contract was rescinded by the brand when it published a post criticizing the white privilege.
Asked about her thoughts, Cheryl told The Guardian, The Guide, that it is "irrelevant," "boring," and "not news," as it did 16 years ago.
In the comprehensive interview, Cheryl also revealed a new respect for Lily Allen, with whom she had already clashed.
"We're both women now, we're both mothers." "She seems to have gone through a lot of things we did not know," she said.
"Honestly, she's pretty fascinating to me." She's brave and sincere, and says what she thinks, regardless of what people think of her. "Being a woman in the industry and doing that takes a few balls. a wallflower, is not it?
Cheryl, who separated from Liam Payne, the father of her one-year-old son Bear earlier this year, also said she never exposes her son on social media.
"I'm not going to take his childhood from him and expose him like this!" She said, adding that there are "trolls everywhere".
"For somebody to have time to go to my page and write something bad, they have to have a very sad life. At the end of the day, I think trolls are just confusing fans."
Cheryl also insisted that Girls Aloud will never meet and said she will "move on" if her new song fails.
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