It’s understood that the N-Dubz singer had picked up the luxury car from the garage just days before she crashed into an elderly couple’s car.
If convicted of drink driving, the singer could be banned for driving for up to a year.
She posted the words: "Rise and shine," alongside the image and a sunshine Emoji, yet as soon as it was splashed across the social media site fans blasted her appearance.
One posted: "You don't even look like you any more," followed by an Emoji crying with laughter while another added: "You look so different I didn't even think it was you." Others went as far as to quiz: "Who is this?
Even [fellow N-Dubz member] Fazer said, “One day you’re going to turn into Pink! Because I do love my rock music.” Why cover ‘Sweet Like Chocolate’? I heard the new Craig David record with that old school garage sound and I was like, “Why didn’t I come up with that? So I started singing all the classics, and ‘Sweet Like Chocolate’ just popped into my head.” Is an album on the cards? If there was an album – which I’m not thinking about – I want to bang single after single.
I’m talking a minimum of six and maybe then we’ll think about an album, which I think unless your Adele or Beyoncé that is the way it’s done.
In 2014, the former X factor judge revealed plastic surgery and getting her "lips done" made her "happy." She told chat show host Jonathan Ross: ' To clarify, I haven’t had surgery.
The 27-year-old is also accused of dangerous driving after crashing a Ferrari outside Southgate Tube station in north London last September.
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TULISA' S latest fresh faced selfie has been SLAMMED by concerned fans urging her to steer clear of cosmetic enhancements which they say have left her unrecognisable.
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