Nigella Lawson Packs Up And Moves Out After Public Choking Incident
In today’s hooray-for-women news, Nigella Lawson and her children were spotted moving out of the home she shared with her husband, advertising executive Charles Saatchi, nearly two weeks after photos surfaced of Saatchi wrapping his hands around Lawson’s throat in public.
The New York Daily News ran photos taken this Wednesday of movers carting boxes labeled “Nigella”, as well as cookware, children’s toys, and paintings away from the couple’s London home. A representative for Lawson confirmed that she and her children moved out of the house on June 16th, though it was unclear at the time whether the move was permanent.
Lawson has not filed charges against her husband as of yet, though Saatchi himself accepted a police “caution” from Scotland Yard after the incident became public.
The paper speculates — and we certainly hope this is true — that Lawson plans on moving to the States to work on Season Two of The Taste in Los Angeles.
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