Mel B’s former nanny Lorraine Gilles has been spotted FaceTiming the singer’s ex-husband Stephen Belafonte while out in Beverly Hills.
The 30-year-old nanny made the headlines during the Spice Girls star’s divorce from Stephen in 2017 when she claimed the trio had been intimate.
And now it seems as though the German native and Stephen have remained in contact after she was seen video chatting with him while she met another friend for a bite to eat.
Lorraine was seen chatting away as she held her phone up and Stephen’s face could clearly be seen on the screen.
News of their virtual chat comes on the same day that Mel appeared on Good Morning Britain to speak about her experience with domestic abuse.
The singer bravely revealed that the abuse can “crush your soul” and says it can take “forever to get that back”.
She explained that some women in that situation struggle to get out of it.
Mel has previously accused ex-husband Stephen of “emotional and physical abuse” – a claim he has strongly denied.
Mel told the breakfast show’s hosts, Susanna Reid and Adil Ray: “As a woman that’s gone through it, it does crush your soul, it does really strip you… I’m going to be taking forever to get that back.
“I’ve had to build myself up. One of the good things for me is to speak to other women who have been in a similar situation.”
The video call between Lorraine and Stephen comes after the former help announced she was producing a script for a Hollywood movie.
She says it will have a “dramedy” element to it like The Wolf Of Wall Street.
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It will be inspired by “what I went through coming to Hollywood seeing everything as a non-celebrity”.
The former nanny also admitted that she is thrilled to be making cash by stripping on website OnlyFans.
She added: “I like taking sexy pictures. I don’t mind showing me.”
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