Toby Canham/Getty Images file photoAfter pictures of Nigella Lawson's husband with his hands around her neck surfaced

Toby Canham/Getty Images file photoAfter pictures of Nigella Lawson's husband with his hands around her neck surfaced

Nigella Lawson’s strange silence

Radar is running a somewhat cryptic Nigella Lawson story about those damning photos of her ex-husband Charles Saatchi with his hand around her neck.

“Nigella has not given her version of what caused the argument and her silence speaks volumes,” a source says.

Apparently, sworn affidavits show the famed TV chef in a bad light, saying she made promises to her husband that she broke, and revealing details about her private life and behavior of her children. “[We have] read the documents but [have] decided not to publish their contents,” says the site.

Although the story online has no more juicy bits, the web address at the top of the page reads: “nigella-lawson-ex-husband-friend-threaten-affidavits-exposing-alleged-drug-use//.”

According to the Daily Mail, her ex is threatening to sue her for making him look bad, claiming he will reveal “the truth.” Hmmm.

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