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Sugar 'met obligation' to TV winner
A winner of TV show The Apprentice has told an employment tribunal that Lord Sugar told her he had met his "obligations" to her when he broke the news that he would not be renewing her contract.
Stella English, 34, who won Series 6 of the BBC1 show in 2010, is suing the millionaire business mogul, claiming constructive dismissal.
During cross-examination at the East London Employment Tribunal Service, Ms English said Lord Sugar told her during an unscheduled meeting on September 28 2011 that he would not be keeping her on.
Ms English said: "He said to me 'Look, if you think Lord Sugar is sh*****g himself and that's why you're here, that's where you're mistaken - I don't give a s**t.
"'I've met my obligations to you.
"'I did it for the BBC and the integrity of the show and a bit of my own PR and a bit of yours too.
"'But the fact is that I don't give a s**t'."